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Make sure TV is set to HDMI channel.
Try a different HDMI port on back of TV.
Reset the cable/sat box and reset the TV by powering off both and unplugging them for the wall outlet for 30 seconds. Turn cable/sat box on first, and then TV after 30 secs.
If this fails, check the TV manufacturer's website to see if they have any software upgrades that will resolve the HDMI issue.
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Notice that "in
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