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2My Mitsubishi WD52725 displays a blue screen suggesting to check my inputs and says signal is invalid..checked all the connections and all is good there..any suggestions? Thanks in advance, Nick

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What is your input source and which input cable type? If the source is a PC using a VGA cable, what resolution is the computer sending? 480x640. 800x600, 1024x768, 720x1280 (EIA standard) all at 60Hz are known to work but other modes might not.

If you are using a PC to the HDMI port, it will not work. The only HDMI ports that can connect to a computer will be listed as HDMI/DVI and this TV doesn't have that type of HDMI port.

If you are using any other input source, check try another source or channel. (One of my TVs intermittently finds a digital channel 25-9 and gives that message. We have no clue what station is being found but all the other channels are fine.)

I hope this helps.

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