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No High-Def via monolink(HDMI) connection

My TV screen comes up blue when I'm connected to a device via the monolink/HDMI connection. I've tried two different sources, both an HD cable box and an upscaling DVD player, that produce the same result.

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Have a similar problem as above except on the hdmi input or monolink I have one device DirectTv that works and 3 DVD players that just quit working through that hdmi port Mitsubishi does not want to send me firmware says that is not the problem. What horrible tech support. Actually all the devices were working just fine through a Denon receiver then just quit the Denon tech support has been the most helpful in this case.

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