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PS3 wont work with AJAX after using HDMI cable

I recently plugged my ps3 into a HD tv using and HDMI cable and now i am trying to hook it up to a different tv using AJAX and it wont work. it turns on and the lite turns green but i get no picture or sound but it still works fine when I am using a HDMI cable in other tvs. how do fix this?

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Ps3 does not reset the video automaticly you have to reset it yourself any time you go from one mode to the other

to do the vid reset just hold the power button when in standby(red light) untill you hear second beep then release

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