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Source does not show up.

Hello,
I have a 32 inch samsung ln32a330 lcd tv. Two sources, AV and HDMI1, are failing to show up on my list of options. I used both of them for the first 6 months I had the tv. Then, the AV option cut out. Now, the HDMI1 option is gone! So, I only have HDMI2 left to watch tv. Any hints on how to fix this problem? Thanks.

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  • mikesnow33 Feb 23, 2009

    Hello,


    Unfortunately that did not solve the problem. My different input sources are not showing up. Any other advice? Thanks for trying to help.

  • mikesnow33 Feb 23, 2009

    Thanks for the help. Moved the hdmi2 to hdmi1, now only hdmi1 shows up. Does that mean two of my three cables are messed up? Why would two cables cease to work?



    Should I just buy two more cables?

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  • Chuck Feb 22, 2009

    i need you to check on the firmware that is already on tv with the one on the website. do this and get back to me so i can get a solution for you the newest version from this download is

    1013.13

    doing this might solve it. if not get back to me

  • Chuck Feb 23, 2009

    take the hdmi cord that is plugged into hdmi2 and put it into hdmi1 which will now be for the tv. now on the tv remote hit source button and scroll down all the way till hdmi1 is and hit center or ok button to connect. see if this helps

  • Chuck Feb 23, 2009

    i forgot to ask what firmware version are you running on tv?

  • Chuck Feb 23, 2009

    try a better hdmi cable eforcity makes some good quality cables a set of 3 cables at 6 foot lengths with good connectors for under 15$ is great i have these and i swear by them. http://www.eforcity.com/242752.html

  • Chuck Feb 25, 2009

    see i told you. but why did you give me a thanks for trying?

    i would like a little better ranking please. If you buy cheap cables this is what happens. i use the ones in the link i provided very good feeback on Amazon. com but order direct at the link it is cheaper.

    But if you can help my ranking. i had suggested it was bad cables and from what you said now that hdmi 1 is showing proves that there is nothing wrong with tv it is just bad cables.

  • Chuck Mar 01, 2009

    so was it the cables? I believe i helped in your solution showing that there is not anything wrong with the sources on your tv so how bout a higher ranking pls. This site works on ratings.

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