Question about Sony BRAVIA KDL-40S2000 40 in. LCD HDTV

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Green screen with sound from cable, but picture is fine with Wii

Bravia KDL-40S2000, has worked great for one year and 2 weeks (of course we had a one year warranty). Turned on today to watch TV (cable) and picture is solid green. Audio fine. Wii is fine, Menu is fine...just no TV picture.
Where do we start?

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  • cirivello Feb 07, 2009

    cable box for digital and HD. Actually we think it's the HDMI cable. We are using RGB cables and RCA for audio now and it's fine. But our cable is screwed up...no channel guide or DVR. We no longer think it's the TV ... unless it is the HDMI input port and not just the cable.



    Anyway...no HD, DVR or surround sound now...but we're going to get a new HDMI cable and see if that fixes it.

  • May 11, 2010

    Are you using a cable box to the set, or does the cable connect direct to the TV?

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That would be my solution. The trouble is either in the box or your connecting cables. Verify this by connecting the cable directly to the set. Then try a new set of connecting cables, or call the cable provider to replace the box.

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