Question about Projection Televisions
First check to see if your HDMI port has to be enabled, if it has to be enabled, do so. Now if the port is enabled either by you or as default, check to see if your other ports are working with various other inputs. Then get another HDMI device to determine if the HDMI of the TV or set top box is defective. If it's the TV HDMI port you will have to have the associative circuitry checked by a qualified TV technician. This is due to the nature of Televisions and the voltages present.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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