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Ghost picture (faint double image)

Optimum Samsung SMT-C5320 box using component leads to input 2. On input 1 I have DVD player, also using component leads. Same problem. I don't think it's a signal problem, since both cable box and DVD are affected. Any ideas?

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It sounds as if your optical lens are out of alignment on your tv..

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