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Sony Bravia won't pick-up HDMI source at power up

Had a Sony Bravia for a few years, was just running on component cables in the begining. Switched to HDMI cable, but the tv won't pick up the Uverse box signal from the HDMI port at power up. Box is on but TV not picking it up. Have to change source to component 2 (where it won't pick-up anything because nothinng connected) then switch back to HDMI and then will work. Pain having to do this everytime we power up.

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