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Unable to use Sky HD Due to an HDCP

Hi I have a Samsung le32r73bdx, I am unable to use the HDMI port to view Sky HD, I am informed that my TV is not HDCP Compatable.

Am I able to get my TV fixed? or do I need a new TV?

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Try calling samsung they might have a firmware update they can send you

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