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Pdp6100hd tv audio visual not working

Cable box and all cable connections ok...hdmi cable ok...blue explorer screen comes up,loads and then channel nbr and show appear at bootom of screen....no picture no sound ?????? then bottom goes away after about 3 sec and a total white screen appears

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Unplug the cable box for 1 minute then plug back in and let it reboot.

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