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Some times my cable HD signal gets blue screen using HDMI cables. Does not happen with RCA plugs. Randomly happens. Had cable tech out to check all lines. He said he heard Mitsubishi TV's had some problems with this.

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Sorry to say that most HDMI issues are that of the scource and not the TV. You can check with Mitsubishi to verify that you have the latest version of software for your TV, but that is no guarantee that it will fix anything. If you have tried other devices on the HDMI port without any issues then you definatley point out that the cable box is at fault. Maybe the cable company should swap out the box..

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

  • mitchellcrig Apr 27, 2011

    mine started doing the same thing. I know its not the cable bc it is random. also my ps3 is on a diffrrent input hdmi and it is not working either. Reset tv and unplugged and it startef to work again. Antenna imput was working fine. not sure what thw deal is.

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