Question about Televison & Video
Hi. I'm sorry this isn't the fix for your machine but there are plenty of these around that suddenly give a blank screen on the TV for no reason. I read on a forum like this one that the answer is to use the HDMI button on the remote but allow time in between presses. This helped me lots today but what I would like to add is you must come away from using the HD and go to Free View before this will work. I did by accident and thats when the HDMI button allowed me to get a picture again. Just wanted to share this as I was helped a lot from the internet with this very problem. Cheers, Shaun.
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