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I have my cable connection run thru my DVD player to a Sharp 46" plasma TV. The DVD has always played fine in this mode on TV Input Source. Just recently I got this "Failed to receive broadcast (E202 message)". DVD won't play, but the cable signal flows perfectly thru the DVD player to the TV. I've checked connections -- all good. Any ideas? Thanks.

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Hi,
Seems system control detected problem in cable signal and generated that error message that need to reset. Please unplug DVD player from wall socket for couple of minutes to get it reset, replug back in and turn it ON.
I hope problem will solved.
Thanks.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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