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hi, ur ps3's HDMI out is a full hd video (1080p). if u r tv does not support full hd this problem can occur. do one thing. connect the ps3 to any full hd tv and go to its video setup, then down scale its video resolution to 1080i. after that connect the ps3 to ur tv. u will surely get video. ok
Since you don't mention how you're receiving the signal, I'm assuming you use a cable box or computer. Adjust the output settings (e.g. 720p, 1080p) on the box and then adjust your TV settings. If it's a computer, you'll need to adjust the video card settings to a compatible aspect ratio (e.g. 1366x768) for the desktop to display properly on the TV. Details can be found in the owner's manual.
Thanks for using FixYa. Due
to two things that will cause the No Signal message to come up are – no data
available for closed captioning and a weak signal input. Your TV is in the
Closed Captioning Mode. To turn off simply bring up the on screen menu and
scroll down to the part that says closed captioning and turn this function off!
With the closed captioning block displayed and the program being viewed is not
sending out closed captioning signals the TV will display, No Signal!
If this doesn’t resolve your
issue then the problem may be with the processor failing and it is causing a
random read of the EPROM to display the No Signal message.
I’ll suggest you to run the HDMI
from the PVR (personal video recorder) directly to the TV (mute the TV), and
then run the optical audio from the PVR directly into the receiver's optical
in. The closed captioning is something that is addressed in analog broadcasts,
but not necessarily digital broadcasts.
Try using Component cables if
this doesn’t make a difference. After using components cables your issue will
Please do accept the solution if
the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.
Very well could be the circuit board. What you describe is VERY common in newer tv's. The company says this supposedly this will be fixed
in the new firmware they claim will be sent out soon. The only way you shouldn't experience it, is if I hook nothing to the HDMI input.
My solution is: You have entered a diagnostic color test. With the TV powered on, hold
the 'Menu' & 'Enter' together, then press the power button.
Hi - if you have this hooked up to a TV cable HD box, you have to make sure you hit "TV" on the cable box remote in order to set up the TV menu. I had to figure this out also with my Insignia 32" LCD TV.