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HDMI Cable Connection

We have been using the HD connection thru our cable box only without HDMI cable. It has been working fine. We tried to attach the HDMI cable and we are getting frequent blips in the screen on any channel we try to watch. The screen goes black for a couple of seconds and then comes back. Any suggestions on what we should try?

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Re: HDMI Cable Connection

Could be three problems. Number one it could be the cable it self faulty hdmi. Problem number two could be the connector on the back of your cable box wiggle cable there if you get the blips you found your problem. Third could be connector in the back of set wiggle there if it is loose you would have to replace that board in tv set that hdmi connection is on. One of these should get you to what you need.

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