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Hdmi switcher I connected hdmi cables to toshiba hd dvd player and dishnetwork box thru a hdmi switcher to my magnavox hidef tv but the player does not work?? the dishnetw2ork box does fine - whats wrong?

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First check individually if they work ,then connect to HDMI switch ,then change the position of the switch if it is a manual switch or connect the cable to the dish and check the dvd works...............

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