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No Signal message on LG - 50" Class 720p Flat-Panel Plasma HDTV

Component 1 and 2 no longer works and so the HD doesn't work. Regular cable will come in but when we try to hook the cables into those plugs the tv says no signal. Any suggestions?

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There was audio so we knew that there where setup issues involved. We mixed the blue and green cables. :-o It now works.

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