I'm experiencing a video problem that I believe to be a grounding issue. I have an RCA DRD303RA satellite receiver, and whenever the video-out is connected, I get horizontal bars moving up the picture on my TV. This problem will happen on all the inputs. If I disconnect power to the receiver, the bars go away. If I pull out the video cables from the receiver, the bars go away. HEre's a wierd part ... if I detach the cable-TV cable from the TV, the bars are still there, but become much less visible. Since the only way to completely get rid of the bars is to remove the satellite receiver from my setup, I will put the blame fully on the DRD303RA. A friend of mine has the exact same receiver, and it produces the exact same problem in my system. He's using the receiver on a very small TV, so I can't tell if he's having the same trouble at his house. Can anyone confirm if this is a grounding issue? Or many provide any hints to fix this problem? My cable-TV cable is properly grounded at the fuse box of the house.