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I purchased the Lt37Hvs on Aug31,2006. The DVD player and the TV have always been connected by an HDMI cable. Last night the HDMI stopped working. I pulled the connectors on each end to clean and re-insert. What I get is a black screen with a little white fuzz and every few seconds a crackly popping sound. I plugged in the S-Vidio cable and that didn't work. Finaly when I connected with the component cables the TV had sound and picture. Any suggestions. Thank you Tim

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Check to see if the DVD has a setting to change it's Output... ie: Can you select, HDMI, RCA, Component? via the DVD? If so then reselect the correct one, perhaps Component is the "Default" output?

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