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Insignia 37 inch lcd inputs not working except for hdmi inputs

I have a 37 inch Insignia lcd tv that I purchased 13 months ago and I receive a no signal message and a grey screen when i turn my TV on. The only inputs that seem to work are the hdmi inputs where I have my xbox connected to. My composite and component inputs are not working. Any solutions?

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does the hdmi port gets detected when you try in other hdmi ports.if not getting detected then it can also be fault in the hdmi ports.because as you said that hdmi port number 1 works.that means wires are proper.but other hdmi ports not working that means the ports are faulty if all the setting are proper in setup.
as the ports are soldered to the unit internally.if the soldering gets loose the connection will not get complete.so re-soldering is required to the loose ports.

if you are not familiar with doing this you can get it done by local repair technician familiar with this model .
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