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HDTV says "No Signal" when there is one

I have an Olevia 27-inch TV, and I recently hooked up an Olevia Blu-Ray player to the television through an HDMI cable. When I play a movie, I get a "No Signal" message displayed in the bottom corner of the screen, but the movie is playing just fine.

It's good that movies play on my TV, but why is that message appearing when there clearly IS a signal? I assume it has something to do with the HDMI output. Can anyone help with this? Thanks!

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You may have to go into the menu of the player to change the setting!

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