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My Denon DVD-3800BDCI - Region A?1-USA, was working perfectly using just HDMI cable. All of a sudden, the image was frozen and no sound. From this moment on the machine works OK but no sound or image trhough HDMI output. I have changed the cable (good quality and fully compatible). The other analog outs works OK for both audio and video. The problem lies with the HDMI output. What can I do? Can you help me?

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