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Video signal goes in and out

When I connect my verizon fios stb to tv/cbl via hdmi and connect another hdmi from monitor out to my tv, I get a video signal that goes in and out; approx every 10-15 seconds...... And when I connect my sony blu ray through hdmi, i get no signal at all. please help!!!

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Do you have any other connections that go into your receiver that are not hdmi. Try the blue ray only. leaving everything else unplugged.

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First, supposedly, this is caused by a known problem with Verizon FIOS. Apparently, there's a problem that Verizon knows about that has to do with the signal between the Set Top Box (STB) and the TV, via the HDMI cable. Other posters on other sites said that the problem is more common with the 7100 series STB's and that the problem is not as rampant on the 6400 series STB's. (Mine is a 7200 series STB.) I have not called Verizon yet, but other posters said that Verizon just says that you'll have to use a set of basic red, yellow, and white cables, versus and HDMI cable, until Verizon gets the bugs out of the system.

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First, supposedly, this is caused by a known problem with Verizon FIOS. Apparently, there's a problem that Verizon knows about that has to do with the signal between the Set Top Box (STB) and the TV, via the HDMI cable. Other posters on other sites said that the problem is more common with the 7100 series STB's and that the problem is not as rampant on the 6400 series STB's. (Mine is a 7200 series STB.) I have not called Verizon yet, but other posters said that Verizon just says that you'll have to use a set of basic red, yellow, and white cables, versus and HDMI cable, until Verizon gets the bugs out of the system.

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You can reprogram it by following these instructions--

Power turns on or off both your STB and TV when you are in STB mode. (If you have a DVR STB, the DVR will continue to record scheduled programs when off.) However, you can reprogram how the Power Key works. If you want the Power Key to control multiple devices at once --

1. Press and hold the STB key.
2. While holding down the STB key, press OK.
3. Release both keys. The Device Keys will blink twice.
4. Press 9 - 7 - 7. The STB key will blink twice.
5. One after the other, press each Device Key you want the Power Key to control, in the order you want them to turn on or off. Each selected device Key will blink twice after it is pressed.
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These are the codes for GO Video DVD Player--

Go Video 0771, 0768, 0810, 0896, 1071, 1102, 1185, 1757


You can view/download the manual for the fios from this link--

Verizon fios remote programming

You can visit this link for more information--

Verizon FiOS Troubleshooting

If you want to doanload the user manual for your verizon set top box you can get it from here

Please do accept this solution and revert for further assistance.

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If you don't have one, the manual is available online: http://static.highspeedbackbone.net/pdf/AVR-488-OM-E_101.pdf

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1. Reset to default values. Per page 36 of manual: 1. Turn off Power. 2. Press Power while simultaneously pressing Speaker A and Speaker B. 3. Once the display starts flashing at intervals of about 1 second, release the two buttons.

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