Question about Televison & Video
Samsung inputs are auto-detecting, meaning if nothing is plugged in you cannot get to that input. Double check you HDMI cable on both ends to make sure its plugged in. HDMI jacks are very weak and connections break very easily, don't wiggle excessively. I recommend using component video instead for a more reliable connection.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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