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Just bought a new hdmi cable to hook up to my t.v. and my ps3, hooked it up properly but I am not getting a picture or any sound. please help me so I don't have to pay unnecessary money to have sony fix it.

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It should work and its not a serious problem that you have here just be patient and try it one more time. I believe a display will come up asking you if you would like to conserve the new settings and just select yes. See if that works.

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