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Hdmi input not working

I plug in the hdmi cord from my cable box to the tv and only get a flashing pink,red,snowy screen. I've tried different hdmi cables, different tv sand different systems and those all work fine. Does that mean the hdmi input is broken and if so is it fixable

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Do you have a second signal from your cable box going into the TV by a different port?
You can only use one or the other, not both.

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Could also be the cable, set are now designed if no signal to shutdown, so first check media box by calling cable company and or replace and try another just to make sure.

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With the cable splitter problem, I believe they used that idea to use the Antenna/cable A & B ports to watch digital and anolog TV.
Port A for Anolog and port B for Digital.

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This could be an HDCP "hand shake" problem. Try turning both the TV and the connecting device off, connect the two using HDMI, turn both of them back on, select the proper input and see if you get a picture. If nothing happens try the other HDMI inputs by following the steps listed above. I hope this helps.

See the following Thread for more information about problems with the Pro-Ro6u.

http://www.tv-forums.com/forum/TV_Equipment_C4/TV_Repair_Forum_F3/Pioneer_Pro_RO6U_Media_Receiver_P46635/

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input is shared with component input--one or the other --must choose in set up menu

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I have the same issue - Pioneer told me the local repair shop could reset the firmware, I paid the $90 service call and they could not fix anything. For a 18 month old $5000 TV they now want me to replace the digital board for around $500.

Posted on Nov 24, 2010

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