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I have my cable plugged into a reciever and my reciever is plugged into the tv but my tv is stuck on a blue screen that says Video and when I press menu, the only options it lets me access is picture and language.

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Try pressing the channel down button, alternatively your unit may be on auto-sense and since it doesn't detect any other available inputs it wont change. Try disconnecting the receiver, powering down the TV and connecting the cable directly. Alternatively make sure the receiver unit, which model is it BT?, is setup to output on the AV jacks. What all types of outputs does the receiver have at the rear?

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