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I have Hitachi 46" nothing coming from input

When I push Vid 1 which is the usual input, it gives me YpBr2 when in fact it is on the HD cable. It has worked perfectly in this configuration for months, but it is dead at this point. There is by the way, nothing connected to the YpBr2 connectors. I am frustrated!

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  • madcelt Feb 02, 2009

    I should have rated that a four...you were absolutely correct about the plugging and replugging. It works just fine now. Sorry about the mouse slip for the 3 rating. It really is a 4.

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In set-up menu for inputs = make sure all are listed / on...
Also try unplugging all sources & plug in one at a time for test =
less frustrating !.........................T.

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