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No HDMI Output thru' receiver

Last night there was thunderstorm in our area. Since then I can not see any display on my TV thru' HDMI output from the receiver. Everything else works fine. It was working great for last 1.5 years and also gone thru' several severe thunderstorms.
I have dish network receiver (DVR) connected to receiver via HDMI cable, receiver is connected to Plasma TV via HDMI cable.
HDMI output from receiver is thru' AMP.
Is there a way to reset the receiver to factory defaults? OR Do I need to take it to the repair shop?

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  • sudhirkatke Feb 12, 2009

    Thanks for you quick reply, dragonsthatk.

    Well. I have connected all my Electronic gadgets thru' surge protection devices. As I mentioned in my original post that everything works fine except HDMI output. So I doubt it is related to fuse.

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You most likley blew a fuse . take it to a repair shop it you live in an area that has lot's of storm activitey you might want to look in to getting serg protection on your elect panel to save repairing other thing's in your home. thank you please rate mee

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