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No picture on Samsung 61'' HDMI Input

Samsung HL-R6167W shows message when switched to the HDMI mode, ''Your display is not authorized to use HDMI...''

HDMI was previously working a couple of days ago. All other inputs work fine and the picture is fine when devices are connected to the other inputs. When using HDMI, picture will come up for a moment then the message will appear and after about 10 seconds the message and picture disappears.

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On your TV set remote are you selecting the proper input; for example when you have different devices connected to the back of your tv set, dvd player, vcr, cable box etc; you have to tell the tv which device you want to use by selecting the right one on your tv remove input selection. Hope this was any help.

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Changing the output to digital only affectts the audio output stream such as Dolby Digital or DTS audio. Try turning on the DVD player first then the television and see if then it sees the DVD player. Otherwise using the component outputs most will never see the difference n picture quality. Good luck.

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Most likely the digital board will have to be replaced. Not a cheap part, so you might concider using the component inputs for now if too expensive.

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There is acompany that makes such a converter BUT it is getting hard to get because HDCP (hd copy protection) can be bypassed with it. I will get the company name for you but search ebay for a hdmi to component converter. It works pretty well. You may need to get the HDMI to DVI converter cable for $8 as well.

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SOURCE: 51F510 Input settings for HDMI

Okey,

Connect the hdmi, into the HDMI 1. that is automatically input one. Connect the 2nd device on Input 2, thats next to input 1 and hdmi, leave the input 1 empty, as the hdmi is connected to that.

3rd device into input 3
4th device into input 4.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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