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I have a PDP-505HDG plasma display. Have problem with HDMI when using Freeview Zinwell TV, I get audio, but no video (just blue screen). It did work correctly for 1 week. The display works fine with Xbox 360. The Zinwell works correctly with composite video output, and with HDMI into other HDMI TVs. Have also changed HDMI cable, but still u/s.

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Hi this problem is with a plasma- I made no mention of a projection TV.
Yes I still have the problem.

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