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HDMI does not work on my Sharp Aquos - did before. Now only composite cables

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The first thing to try is a hot swap. Turn off the television and the device. Unplug the hdmi cable. Leave it unplugged for an entire minute. Plug the hdmi cable back in. Turn on the television. Turn on the device.

If that does not work call into support 8773327867 to be walked through an INIT

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