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I have the LG Dn798 hooked up through my Yamaha receiver

I have the LG Dn798 connected (HDMI) to my Yamaha receiver, which has an output HDMI cable to my Sony LCD. When I try to load a movie, I get no video, and intermittent audio. I have tried different HDMI ports to no avail. If I hookup the dvd directly to my TV, it works..Any help appreciated.
Yamaha model is RX-V465 AV, Sony is a late model LCD

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  • vossjf Jun 03, 2009

    Thx for the reply. To date, it does not work on other HDMI ports either. Also, the output HDMI works fine for the satellite, which is also running through the receiver. Seems like that would have a problem too, if the cable was bad. If I go from the satellite DVR directly to the TV HDMI, it also works. That was the original setup. So it seems to be a problem going through the receiver fro the DVD only..I did not try component yet. Receiver is a newer Yamaha model, and would hope it is to standards.

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Does it work via component or in a different HDMI port? If it does it sounds like either a bad HDMI input on the tv or a bad HDMI output on the receiver.

I would also verify that the receiver is 100% compliant with the HDMI standard as not all devices are.

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