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Proview 3200 Flatscreen with HDMI Problem

Hi - I have a Proview Flatscreen TV (about 3 yrs old) and use AT&T U-Verse (fiber optic cable tv) through the HDMI source on my TV. When I turn the TV on, and select HDMI mode there is 0hz, when it is usually 60hz (at least). So, all I get is a blank screen and instead of accessing my cable box, so that I can watch tv, any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    40 inch flatscreen debug on cable not DVD player when on just cable att u verse . This problem started 30 days ago

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Maybe the input on the tv needs to be adjusted to work with the cable tv for example in the tv menu where you can adjust the sources for the inputs maybe it is set to something like RGB instead of HDMI. If you have a user manual consult it on how to change the input devices. Good luck.

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