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PS3 no longer communicating with TV

I have been using my PS3 and Toshiba HDTV with a HDMI connection for about 6 months with no issue. Today I turn it on and the TV states no video input. I have tried a different HDMI cable and the original cables for the PS3 still nothing. I have connected a DVD player with the HDMI cable to my Toshiba, no problem. I have also tried the other HDMI inputs on my Toshiba and I only get audio no video. I have moved the PS3 to my TV upstairs and connected it, it works fine. Any other suggestions? The communicatoin between the two products seems to have stopped. no video trying to go to hdmi now i do not have any video

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The problem is with your PS3 itself.
If it's still under warranty, take it back.

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