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Mitsubishi WD 52525 & PS 3

I have owned and enjoyed my Mitsubishi WD 52525 for 3 years now, and I just got a PS 3 for Christmas. There is an HDMI input on the rear panel of this TV, but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to select/activate it! I have tried everything, but there is no way to select the HDMI input on the device menu. Can somebody please help me??

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First make sure your hdmi cable is connected from the PS3 to the TV. Then go to netcommand, review, and make sure "monlink" is checked, click next, and finish. Select "monlink" from your device manager and turn on your PS3. If the screen is blue, go to the next step. Connect the PS3 via regular a/v cables to the front panel "input-3". Create a net-command device for input-3 as well. Switch to the input-3 device you created and turn on your PS3. Choose display settings, and change the settings to HDMI. Then click change. You'll have 30 seconds to hit device manager, change the device to "monlink", and let the PS3 unit know the setting has worked. From there you can configure. Good luck!

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