Question about Televison & Video
Are you sure it's the port and not the cable? Check it using another HDMI cable before going any further. Most TVs have more than one HDMI port. If you pulled the cable out or was rough in inserting the cable, you might have damaged the port. If there's another port, switch to that one and just reset the info on your TV to use that port instead of the other...but I'd check the cable first...that's the easy fix.
Posted on Apr 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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