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After plugging the hdmi cable, we have the sound but no video

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Some ideas:

  • Make sure the correct input is selected for your display device.
  • You may need to change the video out setting on your video source device (Blu Ray player, cable box, etc) to turn on the HDMI output port. See the video source's manual.
  • Devices connected to HDMI are sometimes picky about the order they turn on. Try turning off the video source and video device, then turn on the video source, wait a few seconds, then turn on the display. If that doesn't work, try reversing the order that they are turned on. If this is the problem, you can buy a universal remote, like the Harmony, that will start devices in a specified order.

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