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I have lost connection to the HDMI settings of my Sagem Axium HD-L32 tv via Virgin V Box and also via a Samsung DVD -HR735 recorder/player. I have been using a monster HDMI cable and two scart cables also. Cna you help to kick-start this HDMI connection again as it was working fine previously? Many thanks: Jay

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  • paisano Apr 30, 2008

    by switching connected cables when I felt the quality wasn't all there!

  • paisano Apr 30, 2008

    Yes I did

  • paisano Apr 30, 2008

    Dear Otacon,

    can you honestly tell me if there is a solution to my problem or refer me to someone who may know the answer? Kindly, Jay

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Hi,

How did you lose the HDMI output?

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    Damen Wong Apr 30, 2008

    So basically, you only switched cables? Did you make sure everything was hooked up like before?

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What did you do to lose the HMDI output? How is everything exactly hooked up?

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