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Are you using a HDMI cable? Push the SOURCE button & select the corresponding HDMI input with the HDMI input from your DVD player. The HDMI inputs on the tv should be numbered & you can then select the correct number HDMI on the source screen. Good luck.
If this model has that it will be one of the rear sets of component jacks which will be marked as HD or 1080-----use the input button on the remote or the set if there to change to the correct input on the set. Hookup and select correct input.
Have you selected the proper input for how you have it configured? If using an HD connection, select the HDMI 1 input. If you are using the coaxial cable connection, then select TV input. If you are using the three RCA inputs (yellow, red, white) then select AV input.
As soon as TV detects signal on input 1, 2 or 3 it will make an input selectable. Supply signal first then select an INPUT. In other words, something has to be hooked up to those inputs before you can select them.
Have you tried selecting a different input( do you have the remote?), if so have you set your input to accept HD input ( you access this thru your 'Menu" button on your remote). I run my HD input from my game console (X-Box 360) and have to select HDTV input channel (there are 2 of them along with 2 cable inputs), and have not had a problem with this at all. good luck.