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When i put the blue ray dvd player plus surround sound through the samsung TV it gets lots of squiggly white lines. The TV and blue ray are brand new. Which is at fault the TV or the blue ray

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  • erika1010 Jun 15, 2008

    I purchased a new HDMI cord from JB Hihg Fi and it cost me $200.00 as I thought this might be the problem but that didnt help. Is that what you meant by check the connection from recieve to tv - also I am not sure how to adjust the receive system display - where abouts it that in the book

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Check the wire connection from your reciever to the tv...

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

  • micromaster
    micromaster Jun 13, 2008

    and also try to adjust the reciever system display.

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