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HDTV I CAN NOT GET MY TV TO RECEIVE HDMI SIGNAL, CALLED MY CABLE CO AND THEY SAY IT'S A PROBLEM WITH THE TV. I HAVE THE HDMI CABLE CONNECTED TO THE CABLE BOX AND THE HDMI CONNECTION ON TV - WHAT ELSE SHOULD I DO?

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You don't mention using your SOURCE button to select HDMI.You have to put your akai in the right source selection by using the source button on the remote or the source button on the right side of the TV. I hope this helps. SW

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2011

    I have the same problem, no support is displayed, source button is the only way to select hdmi.

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