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HDMI connection problem

When I hook up an HDMI cable#1 from my DVR to the HDMI input on the back all I get is blue screen. When I hook my upscaling DVD play to the HDMI input on the back all I get is blue screen. I have tried two differnent HDMI cables on the to boxes for four combinations and I get no signal/blue screen. There is only one HDMI input on the back and I do have the input device selected to mlink, which i was told is the HDMI input.

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  • Pat Pepe Sep 05, 2013

    i am using the right input I dvd player apple tv and i change the input each time i use them the input is not the prolem

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    Hdmi outlet won't do anything no signal no sound nothing

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    We just had uverse hooked up and cannot get past the blue screen. the box works on all the other tv's. Have tried to hook up through the HDMI and directly with the coax cable but get nothing but a blue screen.

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On your TV set remote are you selecting the proper input; for example when you have different devices connected to the back of your tv set, dvd player, vcr, cable box etc; you have to tell the tv which device you want to use by selecting the right one on your tv remove input selection. Hope this was any help.

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