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Monster Cable 3-way HDMI Switch Reset

I got this thing for Xmas, hooked it up and tried to remote program it.  Nothing would take, but now I can only select (manually) input 1 (TV/Cable) and when I manually select input 3 (Playstation 3) it will swtich, but then switches back to input 1.  I've tried unplugging it, but nothing seems to work.  Anyone know of a manual reset on this thing?  I can't find it if there is and the Monster website doesn't provide any help.

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  • swecarnation Jan 16, 2009

    I have the same problem. I followed the directions on the sheet that came with it and it only works all the time on port 1. If I switch it to the other ports it goes back to port one all the time. Any solutions would be great.

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SOURCE: Comcast 3 in 1 Universal Remote code for Samsung DVD-V5500

I had the same problem trying to use those three codes with a Samsung DVD-R155 recorder and then downloaded the pdf files for all of Comcast's remotes and came up with two codes (1) 20490 and (2) 21470. The second code worked for me. Hope that this will work for someone else.

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SOURCE: Can't switch from AV2 to AV1 with Samsung DVD-VR375 DVD Recorder / VCR Combo

To be able to select AV1, you have to first go into the setup menu and set the control set top box setting to OFF. I think you go to the menu >> setup >> features >> set top box control >> select OFF. Note that this has the side effect of erasing any previously stored timer settings.

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SOURCE: remote code for comcast dvr/proscan tv

I was having the same problem with my 40" Proscan Tv. I had to go to Comcast and get the remote with the gray OK button instead of the red. I could program my DVD player with a 4 digit code so this remote worked when I put in the 4 digit code Proscan sent with the TV (0178). This was the only solution I could find . They do have the remotes with the gray button but you might have to be very persistant to get one with the codes for the rest of your electronics.

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SOURCE: I just bought a samsung bd -p1600 and connected to

Check that the player is set-up in to a mode that is supported by your TV set. You should consult the user manuals of both the TV set and the player to follow through. Another solution which may be easier is to colll the Samsung service support.


Jerry G.


Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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SOURCE: HDMI - no output Samsung P1600 BD

the hdmi output generally needs activating through the menu system. im assuming you havent already done this.
connect it with whatever cable works and navigate through to the menu system to select the hdmi output.
failing that it might be the hdmi cable is an older cable not capable of supporting ver1.3

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