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Unable to display HDMI Input

Have recently upgraded my amp to a Denon AVR1908 that is "upscaling" capable. Plugged HDMI cable into Amp HDMI out & into LG's HDMI input. DVD & cable are correctly plugged into the amp & must be to get picture & audio at Comp & AV. Can get display through Component & AV but when HDMI on the set is selected - no signal. Taken all the kit back to the HiFi shop who tested my Amp & HDMI cable and all checked out OK on their gear. Their techs said it must be my monitor though on reviewing the LG manual could not identify anything other than a faulty monitor. Plugged in to Amp HDMI out to LG 42PX5D. Is there a way of re-booting the TV or do I have a fault. The set is 18 months old and this is the first time the HDMI input has been used.

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  • Timbo13 Feb 28, 2008

    No HDMI cables other than between the monitor and the receiver / amp. The amp is "upscaling capable" and the amp manual confirms that this the case. The dealer I purchased the amp from re-tested the amp and proved this to me on one of their monitors (a Pioneer) and worked fine. I have since had an LG tech look at the set up and he has said I definitely have an issue with the HDMI on the monitor. Interestingly, if I change the setting of HDMI in the amp to from RGB Normal to RGB Enhanced, the LG's display changes from "No signal" to "Invalid Signal". I await the removal & repair of the set. Unfortunately, the set is out of warranty and the problem has most likely existed since the set was new. Puts me off the thought of buying another LG. Thanks for your effort.

  • buster2849 Oct 15, 2008

    i have a playstation that works on my hdmi but my tv dose not it says nosignel

  • bingobazzo Dec 06, 2008

    i have bought a new sony BDP350 bluray player, it works fine on the TV though component but i get no Signal on HDMI

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2008

    Have new Sony 350 blu-ray player and can get no signal through the HDMI lead. Bought really expensive 1.3v leads but no joy. Will work on SKY HD though. Luckily I have a five year guarantee with John Lewis and they will get the call to fix it. Have E-Mailed LG assistance but yet to get a reply.

  • nmjeep2008 Dec 14, 2008

    Have new Sony 350 blu-ray player and can get no signal through the HDMI lead. Bought really expensive 1.3v leads but no joy. Will work on SKY HD though. Luckily I have a five year guarantee with John Lewis and they will get the call to fix it. Have E-Mailed LG assistance but yet to get a reply.

  • Bry77 Mar 31, 2009

    I have an LG 32LX2R-ZE. It only has 1 HDMI input so I have been using an HDMI splitter. My Sky HD box and PC are both plugged into the splitter using HDMI cables then an HDMI cable into the TV. Everything was working ok but now when I switch to the PC the TV displays 'No signal'. The strange thing is the Sky HD still works. All cables are tested and are fine. I also checked the PC on a different TV and also working fine. My mate plugged his Laptop into my TV using HDMI cable but again no signal. It must be a fault with my HDMI input on the TV?

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    Model LG42LN5400

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Okay so you have the HDMI cables from both the DVD and the Cable box plugged into the reveiver?

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