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Samsung 52 inch dlp tv purchased in 2003 will not handle 1080i signal from brighthouse hddvr. states no signal detected thanks howard

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Be sure you are using the correct component input
This model has three component inputs and only one (the third from left) will work on 1080i signal the first two only handle 480i and 480p
This tv will not operate with 720p signal

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Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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