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2 sec Blip to picture

I just recently changed my cable sevice to dish net work. After installation I noticed that I had a continuous 1-2 sec "blip" in my picture. The picture and sound cut out about 1/10 of a second occuring every 1-2 seconds. This only occurrs during television programming. During television input mode or onscreen programming it no longer occurs. Could this be a proble with my new Satelite reciever or is this a malfunction with the TV? Dwaindaddy

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  • dwain cardwell Jul 15, 2007

    My Satelite is connected to HDMI. It does not happen with the DVD in video 1 source.

  • dwain cardwell Jul 16, 2007

    In deed it is the HDMI module to my TV. I connected the HDMI to a smaller TV in my home and did not have the same proble. I think I am going to use the Yp B cables. Is replacing the HDMI module gonna be expensive??

    dwaindaddy

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By "television programming", do you mean while changing channels, changing input sources, or while accessing the various settings menus etc.? What satellite receiver do you have? Can you plug it into the video 1 input to see if you have the same problem? Was your cable box connected to the HDMI before, or was it connected to another input? If all is ok with the sat box into another input, and your cable was not connected to HDMI before, then the problem is in the HDMI module of the TV. Please post back your info:)

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Are you saying that this happens only when you are using the RF input? Is it not happening when you use the video input from the satellite receiver? Try a DVD player on the input of the video where you now have the Satellite receiver connected. Let me know exactly what you mean as i need a little more information so I can assist you.

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  • Anonymous Jul 15, 2007

    Disconnect the HDMI cable and make sure all of the connections look good and are not bent. Then find another signal source and try the input cable to make sure it is not the TV set. Most likely, if the other inputs do not have this problem, the fault most likely is the sat receiver.

  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2007

    Yes use the ypb cables, if the same thing happens try the composite, if that still has a problem, I would think the Sat receiver is bad. I do not think there is a separate board for the HDMI input.

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