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DVI MODE SCREEN SAYS OUT OF RANGE - ESA PDP4294LV1 42 in. EDTV-Ready Plasma TV

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  • jklotz May 05, 2009

    i have hd service and when i hook up the dvi cable the hd channels come in perfect but the digital or analog channels dont come in the screen says"out of range". so i have to hook up through the s-video and in order to watch non-hd i have to switch the source from dvi to s-video. is there a way i can watch analog through the dvi interface...thanks

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