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No Signal on HDMI setting

One night I turned the TV on and there was no signal showing for the HDMI setting. I re-wired it using the ypbpr setting and there is no problem. So my guess was the HDMI input on the TV went out. I tried a different receiver and it still didn't work which is what made me think it was on the TV end... Anyone else have this problem? The set is about 2 years old.

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Yea, i have 3 cables actually, one of which is brand new, and i tried them all and still don't work...
i only have the 1 hdmi port...

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

Hey, i tired and it didn't work....
what else could it be?

thanks

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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Sometimes the HDMI port can lock up.

Reset the TV. Unplug it, wait 1minute and replug it. Did it work?

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

  • Ignatz Saturation Sep 15, 2008

    Did you check if its the HDMI cable?

    Do you have other free HDMI ports, have you tried those, are they all busted too?


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