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I have a Sony KDL-40s5100, I can see a picture and watch a movie through when using my blu-ray player, but when I go to watch cable TV, I get audio but no picture.

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I think that there is a problem with your INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD also know as the ANALOG BOARD

try the other inputs to see what happens
when your using the cable input try to open the menu it should open if it is just the analog board
but if not then you might have a digital problem


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