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When The HDMI cables are connected, I use Directv, I have just recently started to have the picture come on and then start flickering and various color bars pop up on screen, then the screen will go black showing the Hi Def as the connection location and then shows the time, goes black again and then the picture comes on, with theflickering and various colors again, continues this way until you turn the tv to another setting. It does not seem to be the Directv receiver I just replaced it.

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  • bushe Jun 09, 2008

    I replaced the HDMI cables twice and the HD receiver once, with no change.

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It is possible that the HDMI cable is defective. Did you try another cable?

It is also possible that the HDMI port on the TV is failing.

This can be determined by the process of elimination.



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