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Input ports are dead

The Component Y, Pb, Pr / Y, Cb, Cr Input ports no longer show up as "Source" ports. When selecting the Source, these ports are not selectable and the video no long works to these ports. The DVI port shows that it is available by toggling up and down with the remote, so I may try to switch to using that input. Thanks for any suggestions.

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Anonymous

Mine has done the same thing. Verizon Fios tech saaid he has seen this on several tv of that brand. Good luck finding service if you are in a smaller market, mine is over three hours away

Posted on Sep 18, 2007

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Anonymous

Do you have the parental controls turned on?

Posted on Jun 18, 2007

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