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Wireless transmitter blue light does not come on to refect that transmitter is connecting with the tv

Conection issue wireless tv and transmitter

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  • okilph3 Mar 31, 2009

    Same Problem. Power to transmitter, but blue light no longer comes on. Worked one day and not the next.

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2009

    Wireless transmittor is not transmitting. Blue light does not come on.

  • sunsarge May 07, 2009

    I have the same problem, there is no connectivity. There is power to both units but no blue light on the transmitter.



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are you in the VGA computer monitor mode if so you need to lower your resolution on the PC

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It usually means that a resolution that was beyond the design capacity was chosen.

eg some TV's can only do 720p but people may try to set them to 1080I

this would give an OUT OF RANGE" error this is also common to many computer displays too.

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