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Be sure that the video termination switch (if it exists) is "ON", at the last place in the line (probably the monitor/TV). Like a computer network, the video line can't be "tapped" or branched-off anywhere. It should go from the receiver directly to the video input on the monitor, then be terminated at that end. If you are feeding additional sets from the second output of the receiver, an unterminated line could affect the set(s) hooked to the other set of outputs.
Ken English, Sr. Engineer, KSL-TV.
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