Question about Pioneer PureVision PDP-4340HD 43 in. Plasma HDTV
We just moved our TV to another part of our apartment, and had to activate a previously dormant TV cable socket. When the TV cable is connected to the cable box, there are sparks indicating high voltage. However, there are no sparks when we remove the HDMI cable that connects to our TV. Have you come across this kind of situation before?
The device that is connected to the HDMI socket may have a ground fault, or there is an electrical problem in your home.
You should have the cable TV man come out and at least check to see that their cable is electricaly in specs. You may also need an electrician to check the electrical for proper grounding and wiring.
I would not rule out the possiblity that the device being connected to the TV has an internal ground or electrical fault.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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