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Missing Feet Hi Got a second hand NEC LCD 4000 with no feet. Where can I purchase spares from

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  • Tod1 Apr 23, 2008

    Thanks ended up buying an expensive stand.

    Re HDMI, you need to make sure you have a high quality cable as the cheaper ones do not have all the pins connected. Check your local electrical shop. Haven't connected to HD myself but did have problems with the cheaper S-Video cable.

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Tod, I've just hung mine on the wall, and have spare (black) feet. Let me think about it for a while, I may need the feet myself later - If I decide I won't I'll let you know.

Have you managed to get 720p into the panel? I tried to get my Sky+ HDMI into the panel and I get no picture at all. Have you tried that?

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  • johndaintree Apr 24, 2008

    Hi Tod,

    I unplugged the HDMI from my Fujitsi 50" (where Sky+ works), and put it into the NEC, and got no picture.

    I'm gonna try with HDMI from a DVD player this weekend, see if it's the Sky box playing up.

    Hope your stand works out ok.

  • misterzee Sep 21, 2010

    John, did you ever decide if you won't need those feet for the NEC LCD4000 set? I could use them.

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