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Says no signal when switched to hdmi when there is one.

I just hooked an hmdi cable to me tv from my cable box. When I swith to the hdmi input it says no signal when I can clearly see the picture coming from my cable box and then after a few seconds it just turns to black. Anyone have any idea what is happening? I hooked up my olevia 232t12 to my cable box and switched the tv to the hdmi source and the tv reads no signal. I bought a new hdmi cable and switched out my cable box as well and still no signal. I have tried to get a firmware update for the tv at the olevia site, but there is no update available. I'm begining to think its the tv.

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  • Anonymous Sep 24, 2008

    I have the same problem with no signal on the HDMI port on two 232-T12 TVs with Motorola HD cable boxes (1 Verizon and 1 Comcast). I have been trying to work this out with Olevia for the past 6 months but have made zero progress.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    The HDMI says "there is no signal". We have tried this ps3 with another tv and HDMI cable and that works.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    i moved my tv and unplugged my laptop and hdmi cable, since i put everything back it just keeps saying no signal

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Was watching TV. Granddaughter hit one of the buttons, now TV does not recognize cable box. Cable box is working.

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I had this issue as well, updating the firmware resolved the issue.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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Have the same problem with a 532H - but here is what I did to resolve the issue:
1) Click your Menu button on the TV remote.
2) Go to Screen (click the right button)
3) Go to Main Picture Source (click the right button)
4) Select HDMI (click the Menu button when done)

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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