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Video Resolution I set the resolution to 1080i Apparently, the tv does not recognize this and all i get is a black screen and a message that there is no video signal. I can't reset it without a visual on the screen. Any help?

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  • jamesheaphy May 01, 2009

    did u get issue resolved ,,, we need to change the resolution to 480p ,, dont know how tho ??

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Make sure your TV can handle 1080i resolution. I had a similar problem viewing 1080p on my TV.

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