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Blank screen saying (mode not supported )

Im having a problem with my samsung tv . the model code is ps42q82hxixeu the serial no is z5a73ssp700034z and the version is sk01 . it wont connect to my hd dvd player . it worked before , but now the screen justs say (mode not supported )whats wrong .

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I had this today on my Samsung 46" TV while connected to a DVD Receiver (Panasonic).

I don't know why it happened in the first place but the DVD was trying to output a format that the TV could not produce.

Holding the Cancel button on the Panasonic Remote for a few seconds fixed this.

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