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My TV does not recognize any device connected through HDMI. please help

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  • agabaf Jun 22, 2009

    ya, I have the device connected with an HDMI cable. however, when I choose HDMI through the source button (on the remote), the TV says no signal

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Are using a hdmi cable???

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

  • Reg Chandra Jun 22, 2009

    go to the store where you bought the hdmi cable,on the box it will tell you what mode to select.I had similar problem.you need to select mode in setup.

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