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Re: I need to remove the back panel from my television
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I would also just buy a new board .BUT keep the old board for parts! This way if anything goes out you can compare components on the board etc and figure out what's wrong and also use the parts for repairs when you need them. Some of those boards HDMI ports have the tiniest solder joints and you can easily bridge them make the board useless anyway. These things are way more fragile than the old CRT tv's. Just be a little more careful next time.
DON'T wiggle it anymore because the connection solder points are loose and you will eventually crack the connector or the PCB it's soldered to. If it is not to much hassle you can remove the TV/Case cover and hit the points with a soldering iron.
just open the back cover to access the internal part of the tv unit. now re soldered the pin terminal port of the other HDMI port usually a cause is loose contact. after that if still doesn't recognized and not working fine the other port you will need a digital tester check open component resistor as will as shorted diode connected going to the pin terminal of the HDMI port so that the input signal will be recognized. replaced defective component with the same value.
hope this will solved the problem thanks for consulting through fixya good bless.
Sounds like something must be loose. Try seeing how secure the hdmi port is on both ends first, unplugging them and then firmly plugging them back in. Then if the problem still persists, try unplugging the T.V. for a solid minute and then plugging it back in. If it still occurs, something might be loose on the inside, and you'll probably need some outside repair work done. If you purchased a warranty then you should be covered. You should also be covered if you didn't but the T.V. is less than a year old.
Might some how got that HDMI input port shorted?Tries tv unplug and that HDMI cable input it into another HDMI port,replug tv back about an hour later.So the tv resetting itself back to factory setting.Tv on goto tv menu,goto tv PICTURE SETTING going down to do resetting.This should resetting the whole tv Tuner signal board.These steps,should help ur tv HDMI ports functions again.
You will need an HDMi lead running from the port on the back of your television to the port on a compatible DVD player/recorder, then toggle (keep pressing) the AV/Source button on the remote to switch the television mode to HDMi.
The HDMi port will be marked HDMi on the back of your television.