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Sometimes you can unplug the hdmi cable and power off the tv and unplug power to tv wait 10 sec plug tv back in and then insert hdmi cable. Some of the newer tvs will auto tune to the input if that dont work, try getting a universal remote program the remote to control tv if you can control tv volume, power , menu then you should be able to navigate to the input menu and select hdmi that way
Try selecting your input one at a time. What happened is you choose the hdmi as your input but at the back of the tv you connected your input wires (to maybe hdmi2 or input 1 or input 2, etc. Good luck.
This TV has a sensor that deactivates the inputs when light is sensed. perform this procedure to correct it:
1. press "Sleep" button on the remote
2. while "Sleep timer 0" is showing, simultanuously press "display" and "video" button on the remote
3. you should be in the Service menu of the TV....if not you should do the steps again
4. select "self check" from the displayed options.
5. when the "self check" menu is displayed, Power off the TV.
6. unplug and replug the TV.
7. Check the digital input.
if the input never worked for you, it is possible that you have the DVD/Bluray/whatever set up incorrectly. I don't think this TV accepts 1080P resolution so make sure it is set to 1080i or lower
Greetings ! Hopefully you followed the instructions on page 18 - 20 of the Yamaha manual... then set the Flat screen or monitor to one of the two inputs that you view movies or dvd's on . I would try it first without HDMI cables as even the book states some monitors do not accept or see hdmi. try it with the dvd cables.
You have to follow the book carefully as I have the same system . Its a complicated system and I was informed , "a lot of people do not know how to set the system up and end up returning a perfect system..." from the Geek squad from Best Buy. Just follow carefully the manual.
couple of ideas ... on the TV look for the button named input you can change it to the one you cave connected to there .. I am looking up the remote press the TV button then the menu button to move through the on screen input control
first i assume you are trying to watch the unit through AV. If this is the case, turn on unit, press "Display Format" on the front of the unit, keep press it till you have "YPBPR" displaying, press select on front panel, next press "Display Format" again till you come to 576i, press select. Now press menu and it should display. If this problem occurs with HDMI, simply change the display settings to HDMI, and 1080i. Hope it helps, Murder-face.