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HDMI hook-up I've attached the HDMI cable to the Sony DVD player and the available HDMI slot on the Bravia wall-mounted TV (not easy!!). The TV "Home" menu does not show a DVD connection. I tried playing a DVD but could not find directions in the manual on how to turn on the DVD from the TV screen. Help!! Thanks.

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Try scrolling thru the TV's video inputs. When you get the right one, the circuit will automatically recognize it and play provided it's connected properly

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