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No Video Using HDMI connection, I have a Direct TV HD-DVR connected to the receiver and the receiver connected to my plasma TV. I cannot get a video on my TV. If I run the HDMI cable from the DVR to the TV it works fine.

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  • mitsiman Dec 11, 2007

    Exactly same problem , just get blue screen . Tv is a Samsung LE40 . Works fine from dvd to tv , just when go to reciever . The anynet ( samsung function ) works fine so it knows a connection is there . Come on Guys help us out .

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    No sound when hdmi plugged in DVR section

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Have you gone through the menu to assign which signals the receiver recognizes?  I had to change the source when i switched to the Dish Network HD receiver. 

Posted on Dec 13, 2007

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