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Conecting plasma to receiver using hdmi lead

Hi guys
having a problem using my receiver. my playstation works fine but when i switch over to tv veiwing i cant get a signal. i have a LG60pg7 and a yamaha rx v863 running 1 hdmi from tv to receiver and 1 hdmi to playstation
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If you receiver has a Aux function an is still unused try to hook your playstation audio rca up to it directly it will work either way, Hope thats what you mean, An Hope it works

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