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HDMI port does not work on the KV-30SH420

I have a new Blu Ray and wanted to connect it via a HDMI cable.  I have placed the cable correctly and set the TV setting to 7 and the screen is just black.  I tried other HDMI devices and none work.  I do not think it is the cable.  Any suggestions would be cool.
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I dont have a TV with HMDI input but i do have a computer moniter. To change i have to press a button that changes from VGA to HDMI. My computer supports HDMI and when i tried it, it works. Try looking in your manual for a way to switch input methods.

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