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turn on your video and start something playing, press the speakers button repeatedly until the sound comes back. this should bring back your front speakers, if it doesn't, double check your speaker connections and sound field program.
the speakers button should cycle through all available front speaker options.
Hi, what you have is called hte "default " screen, the audio connection is apperebtly fine since you have sound, so the question is why video stopped. More than likely the video connection came loose somewhere, iI suggest retracing the " video connection " from end to end. If you're using an hdmi cable that has both audio and video cables combined-so it would be the cable or the player or jack on the tv's side that was defectice. if using standard " RCA " cables, those are the colors yellow, for video and red & white for audio. If someone or something become tangled in rca cables this may sometimes stress a connection and give a green screen ( with yellow cable still connected it will feel slightly loose ) I hope this helps ,good luck Prodzilla
Help with hooking PS3 to a Denon Receiver. It worked before, but I had to move everything to a different location and when I hooked it back up the PS3 has sound but no picture. I have it hooked directly to the receiver with and HDMI cable (the receiver is hooked up to our cable box which is directly hooked to the tv via HDMI cable).
I have the exact same problem. It started yesterday but I didn't even check the phone until someone said they called and I never received the call. Then this morning the phone was off so I power it on and it said the battery was almos dead. I charged it but couldn't look at a text msg that I had received. Now the only button that work is the power button. I bet it has something to do with Verizon network. I will contact them to see what they suggest unless someone fines a fix sooner. Thanks!
This definitely sounds like a circuit board-level issue. Have you tried moving to a different input set (i.e. if you're now on the TV inputs, try the DVD or AUX inputs for both video and sound)? Just to rule out the obvious, have you made sure that it's the receiver and not the DVD player? I know that you said you powered down the receiver, but if you had turned it off by pulling the plug on the surge suppressor and your DVD player is in the same suppressor, you might want to make sure it's the receiver and not the DVD player.
If you're sure that it's the receiver, then you might want to look into taking it to a Pioneer service center to have it repaired. If it's not worth the cost to you, it might be time to be looking into a new receiver.