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Hi,
Tv shows input signal out of range message when it receives high resolution video signal or high refresh rate signal (higher vertical frequency) that does not match with hardware in tv.
In simple words, your computer is providing higher resolution picture to tv that can not be processed in tv hardware/ circuits so tv shows above said error message.
So please check Display properptise of computer and reduce Display/ Screen Resolution and also check Screen Refresh Rate under monitor tab/ settings, should be 60 Hertz.
Hope this info will help you to solve tv problem.
Thanks.


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