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Tv works on vcr, but when satellite box is plugged in to tv, tv comes on, hear sound for 2 seconds, tv shuts off . Why?

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Check to see what video signal you are sending to the set from the cable box. If it is a HD signal set will not work - make sure it is a standard 480 signal.

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