Question about Mitsubishi WD65737 65" DLP TV
Component video works ok.
First thing to check is that you actually have a source signal FROM the HDMI output. Second thing to check is the cable. The audio is embedded into the signal path, so if you don't receive picture, then you shouldn't receive audio.
Check the above on a neighbours set etc, before then having to check TV settings. Finally, do a factory restore on the TV set, via the menu driven software.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
Testimonial: "HDMI source works fine on the other DLP set in the home. Did factory reset (Menu-1-2-3), and this cleared all input sources. Connected HDMI source and TV recognized it and asked for label. Selected proper label and input is active, but no audio nor video. Read error code log, found only codes for prior lamp failure at 8900 hours. Suspect main board has a failed IC."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
code 12 means the set isnt experiencing any shutdown symptons. I would check for more capacitors in the same circuit where you found the other often they show no visible sign of deterioration. If you need a service manual to figure out which capacitors are in that same circuit you can get the manbual for your set for 10.99 at the following link. They will even email it to you if you go back to the site and let them know you want it emailed. heres the link hope it helps.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
It is possible that the HDMI ports are blown. The work through their own circuit area in the TV set. This is a particularly complex area.
You will have to send the set to the authorized service rep for an estimate. See if your home insurance plan will cover for this type of thing. Some types of home policies will cover for this type of thing. The cost of servicing your set may be expensive. Damage from a lightning strike will not normaly be covered by warranty.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
Number 1 would be to connect the 3 Devices to a Receiver with 3 HDMI Inputs, So this way you get the HDMI Audio as well. 3 in and 1 out to the TV as you know. The other way would be to get a Key Digital HDMI 3 to 1 Switcher. I have used these a lot in the field on installs and they work Great. They also have 4 to 1 if you think you might need more. No programming of the piece you just plug in and setup your TV in the HDMI Menu and your other Devices. If they don't sync AUTO! The Receiver would be Best I feel, Some let you assign 2 different Video and Audio sources at once. Such as Video from a Game and Audio from a CD. Hope this helps out!
Posted on May 05, 2009
It seems to be some fault with its HDMI cable you connect to this device from the source. As you get sound by HDMI, and no picture at all, this indicates the fault with cable itself. There is a cution notice says that " To assure continued FCC compliance, the user must use a shielded video interface cable
with bonded ferrite cores at both ends, when using the PC or HDMI input."
Cheang the cable and check.
Posted on Oct 10, 2011
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