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I just hooked up my new avr 1911 denon receiver to my lcd samsung hd tv. i ant get the hdmi to work on the video side. the picture looks like a ghost image. i did the setup properly for the inputs but cant get it to work.

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Unplug HDMI cable, then re-connect them. sounds like poor connection.

Posted on Mar 28, 2011

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