First of all, thank you for this info to everyone, especially Mr. Mckinney. I have two complete units, one on an LG LED and the second on an RCA LCD. Both 1080p. If i turn off the rca and then back on, instantly i get green wash on the picture. i've exchanged the units and the wires so that the only variable is the tv and or some weird voodoo in the air. the rca also does not completely fill the whole screen as there is an inch on the right side without picture. the remedy as stated by previous, is to power cycle the dong or the tx box.
the LG tv works like a champ without any issues with picture. Both tvs are about the same distance from their txs. i have also swaped power supplies. I therefore theorize the rca has an issue with the LG proprietary signal that may change something when it realizes that the tv has been turned off, or that changes something (signal) once it has initialized contact with the rx. Either way, i have to always power cycle if i turn the tv off, even for a second, but once i get good picture, can leave it without issue.
Thanks again to everyone and i welcome any solution.
Long story longer....
I used to have OTA set up when you could get free dish. I live in a remote area and only dish and verizon exist. My daughter is handicapped and stays at home. part of her joy are the kid's channels which she watches on and off during the day. I couldnt use OTA anymore after they fixed the loophole (or did they?) so i got verizon. they charge to use their box and you cannot get a channel without it. so..... you basically rent boxes per tv and cha-ching, hundreds a year just on boxes when your tv is quite capable of dtv channels. to remedy this, i sought out using a splitter and wireless technology to supply both tvs,and a verizon box that costs $15 a month. The good news is that it works thanks to all the info i sponged up in this post. The so-so news is that i have to power cycle one of the tvs everytime i turn it on to get the green-wash out and get a clear picture again. My daughter is happy regardless of which tv shes watching. The bad news: there realy isnt any. $20 wireless devices. paid once for it and it paid itself off in less than two months of use. devices that did semi-similar were over $100. I tinker, i love electronics and have a basic understanding of them. I can solder, and build basic devices and know a little programming. I am very grateful for people like you whom post to help others with little to no reward. thank you once again.