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When hdmi cable is plugged in bluray player stops

I have a Samsung bluray player that when the hdmi cable is plugged into the back of the tv ( hitachi ) the player stops reading the disc ... or you can have it in the tv first and plug it to the bluray and get the same effect.

any idea why this is? i had to replace the hdmi cable because it broke from stretching it ... now it won't feed to the tv any signal.

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Since it was stretched check the ontacts on the acutal HDMI connector on the tv and the bd player a pin bent or touching another pin will cause a vast amount of issues

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