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No video There is no video but there is audio. Tested it on 3 different TVs and they are working fine. Tested it on a new cord and still got the same results...no video.

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Yes this is not normally the lead or anything to do with your TV, it happens because the GPU is heating up, you need to stop the scaler chip taking so much heat you can do this with a good guide or you can send it back and they will fix it for you

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