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Hi We have a PDP 433 HDE screen which appears to be working ok but the Media receiver box(PDP RO3E) keeps turning its self onto stand by and therefore turns the screen off An E01 screen message sometimes is displayed (cable Connection error) but Ive checked the cables and the are connected as per the manual Hope someone can help Thanks John

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    aldo_davi Sep 05, 2012

    i have the same problem

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HELLO SUR

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 09, 2008

    USE A DIFFERENT CABLE SIR

    ELSE DO A HARD RESET OF THE SET TO CLEAR THE ERROR AND THEN USE DIFFERENT CABLE AND THEN USE THE SYSTEM

    THE PROBLEM WILL GET FIXED

    THANK YOU SIR

    GOOD LUCK

    DONT FORGET TO RATE THE SOLUTION

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