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Blue screen with dtv input and HD channels

The other day when using dtv input for the HD channels, it came up a blue screen. Regular channels (non-HD) show up when in dtv. It seems like we're not receiving an HD signal. No power outage that we are aware of. Cable company couldn't come up with an answer. Is it the TV or digital converter box?

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The left large button controls a dozen different ways your set is hooked up,easest is get the monolink cord at any store will need a dvi hdmi.if not keep rolling the left large button,if you have a blue screen on all your inputs ,There has to a man around to plug in the right cord.

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