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Unit displays intermittent blue screen. No break in sound as connected by Digi coax. Video via HDMI

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  • quesone May 03, 2008

    Relevant unit is a TEAC HDRM 7250 STB

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Have you tried to use a different audio and video outputs ?give that a try and let me know what happen...
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What's the brand fo your TV?
Do you see some lines on the screen when the blue comes and go intermittent?

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  • Jaime Hernandez May 03, 2008

    I would suggest to use audio and video outputs from your STB and see if the you still get the blue screen.

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Hmm..sounds like an input issue..check all cables for breaks, bends, cracks, etc...blue screen is video equivalent of a bad ground, sometimes..

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