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Hdmi signal keeps blinking

I cannot get an HDMI picture.. somebody moved the receiver and did something... Now I cannot get a picture or sound.. The HDMI signal selet indicator keeps blinking.. I think this related to my problem

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Check the physical conenction of the HDMI cable.

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