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Hdmi input doesn't work but component in works fine. When plugged into hdmi all you get is a blue screen

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  • g_martin Dec 03, 2008

    I have the same problem. I have been using the HDMI port on a HDMI switch for over a year with no problems, a few nights ago the picture went out and I get the blue screen saying low or weak signal. I've tested for more than one source and used more than one HDMI cord so I'm confident it's the TV. I think it may be the DMD board and I am trying to find instructions for it's removal.

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What are you attempting to use HDMI for? Sometimes you have to adjust the settings of the system that is using the HDMI connection. The tv needs to reset to HDMI

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