Question about Televison & Video
Video goes out after a few minutes but still have sound
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
More than likely the SSB board. Part# 313912725871 cost around $200.00 or more. Plugs into the signal board on it's edge like memory in a computer. The only thing is these sets are junk, and this is just the beginning of your problems. Don't waste your money on fixing this set. They don't hold up to repair. Trust me on this, been fixing sets for over 20 years.....my full time job. Buy a Pioneer,Panasonic,Hitachi,Sony or a high end Sharp WITH an extended warranty. Nothing lasts anymore, but with the above sets, you have a chance of it lasting a few years and getting service if needed. Otherwise the other sets are disposable....no parts available. NEVER buy China made anything!!!! You might get 6 months, then it's ready for the junk pile. No service,No parts, No nothing.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
I am assuming you are connected HDMI?
This is a common problem when connected with HDMI. HDMI checks for HDCP codes every three seconds and if it doesnt get the proper response from the devices or repeater (amp) it will drop the connection and ask again in 3 seconds. If it receives the proper key it will display the signal again.
Have you tried the firmware update? http://www.usa.denon.com/AVR-4308CIFirmwareUpdate-Web1128.pdf
I hate to say this but HDMI is not perfect yet so there may not be a solution to this except to drop your inputs and outputs to component video and digital audio. The only source that will be effected from a resolution stand point is a BluRay which can only display 720p or 1080i (not 1080p) when ran through component video.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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