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No video with HDMI port

I have a panasonic PT50LC14 and the cable box is connect to the HDMI port in the TV. The audio is OK but nothing is show in the screen. In the troublwshooting disconnect the cable box and reset it and also did the samething in the TV but not work. Connect the cable box to a LCD Samsung to the hdmi port and works ok. Base on the last troubleshot for me is the HDMI port or something is happend with the high definition video. The cable box know is connect to the component video and audio is connect RCA port but is not same. Someone have a solution or idea how resolve the porblem.
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    russell harps Sep 14, 2015

    we bougth a converter to change hdmi to rca.got it at radio shack works good for us.

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Try 2 things, first use the rgb cables or video (yellow) cable and plug it into the tv using one of the imports..(vid 1,2,3 etc...) and see if that works. then check to see if you get a picture by not using the cable box, by pass it and connect it connect it in the uhv channel. also make sure you have it on the right input of the tv (meaning scroll through the input button on your remote to find the picture...i've done this a million times). still no picture try your dvd player input and if you have a vhs input see if that works. if it is the hdmi input...to be honest it's expensive and a pain to replace...

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