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I am having trouble hooking up a PS3 I am receiving no signal

I am able to run a normal DVD, VCR and stereo but with the PS3 it simply doesn't take. I am using a universal remote rather than the oringinal remote. Could it be that I am not able to access the inputs I need? When I use the HMDI cord both ports are not reading it for either audio or video. Are there seperate inputs such as video 1 and 2 that my universal is unable to tap into? Any help would truly be appreciated. Thanks John

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  • johnnyrock0 Apr 19, 2009

    I am able to access the following inputs on both my universal remote and on the tv itself composite 1 and 2 HDMI 1 and 2 component, PC and S Video none of these seem to be the correct input are there others that are simply not coming up such as video 1 or 2 like most other tv's?

  • johnnyrock0 Apr 19, 2009

    To hook up the PS3 there is a HDMI connecter that is an ubs that splits into the red yellow and white three prong cord. Unlike the PS2 it does not have the appropriate jacks to go three prong to three prong

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Is there buttons on the tv where you can switch inputs? if so try using those and get to the correct input. that would tell you if it is the remote or the tv.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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    ZaneD Apr 19, 2009

    what kind of connection are you using to hook it up?

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