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No picture from samsung blu-ray to samsung TV

I am hooking up a yamaha receiver with klipsch speakers. I have a samsung blu-ray hooked up with an hdmi cable to the recevier and my dish network box hooked up with an hdmi cable to the recevier. The yamaha receiver is then hooked up with an hdmi cable to the samsung high def TV. I get a picture from my satellite reveiver but no picture from the blu-ray. What am I not doing correctly?

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I have a Samsung Blu Ray HT BD 1252 home cinema. This is a replacement for an identical which just stopped working after four weeks. This one is now two weeks old and will occasionally be reluctant to load a disc, recently seven attempts and and forty minutes of loading / unloading etc. It now pixelates or partial picture freeze for a second or two on every BD that we have or rent, yet plays DVDs perfectly. I have tried brand new, sealed BD discs with no luck. Any ideas before I return it to the supplier for a refund?

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Put the blu ray player into the tv to see if you get a picture,if you do put it back into the amp then assign the hdmi input you have used in the amps set up menu,if you did not get a picture when hooked up to the tv run a cable from the video [yellow] out put to the video in put on the tv and then
Switch AV -input option through TV Remote

if no picture appers the blu ray inside some fault. and try to rectife that.
if picture appers .then your blu ray and TV sets are ok you Rechek the HDMI cables and wiring try another Fresh cable. once more.

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Put the blu ray player into the tv to see if you get a picture,if you do put it back into the amp then assign the hdmi input you have used in the amps set up menu,if you did not get a picture when hooked up to the tv run a cable from the video [yellow] out put to the video in put on the tv and then set the out put of the blu ray player.

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