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Emerson lc320emx and macbook pro are not compatible through a MiniDisplay port to DVI, DVI to HDMI. Basically the HDMIis telling me that the format is not supported although the cable worked perfectly for the first 12 hours I had it, I am confused and frustrated, I want to be able to watch things from my laptop to my emerson, please help! Email: Greenplastiqtree@gmail.com, Brooke Razo

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SOURCE: Remote control code for dish network for Emerson

Your Dish remote was probably designed years before the Emerson set and may never have codes for it.
However, you can try the followng brands from the Dish code list to see if you can get some basic functionality:
Funai, Symphonic, Sylvania, Aventura, Durabrand, ESA, Magnavox, INSIGNIA, Philips and Misakai

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SOURCE: hookup pc to emerson tv

those models dont have video input for PC (video port), but if you computer has HDMI ouput you can use that one

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SOURCE: my Emerson LC320EMX tv wont

Check ur power out source?If tv have no power LED light indication on the tv bazel frame at all.Tv power LED light indication on the tv bazel are flashing.Tries tv unplug,replug it back like about an hour later for tv to do a resetting itself back to the factory setting.Tv should be working again.If still have the same result.The tv power supply board is the causes and the problems.That the board where the power a/c cord plug into it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.

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