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We can hear the tv but get no picture with cable or DVD player

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Probably the tv is not receiving video signals, check for video/hdmi cable for cut or loose contact of cables.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

  • Lauren Martin Dec 05, 2010

    Same issue only with Direct TV, we have tried all cords and switching the other HDMI cable from our other TV that works just fine. sound and no picture and it worked just fine for over 48hrs=(

  • Vivek Sant Dec 06, 2010

    If you are able to see the picture with other sources that means your TV is absolutely fine, if the issue is only with Direct TV, you need to confirm that the receiver you use for the Direct TV is working fine by connecting it to another TV set, Most of the LCD/LED Tv's require a minimum signal of 480P/576P or whatever it is, if your Direct TV receiver is not capable of supporting the min signal it will simply switch off the display unit being out of sync, You can try tuning the progressive scan and also try setting the refresh rate to some lower value.

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