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Is there a way to use the RX-V371 with a Samsung Q60R TV?

My uncle just got a samsung Q60r TV and we cant figure out how to get his RX-v371 to work with it. When we hook the cable box through the receiver into the TV the TV can't get a signal from it.

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The RX-V371 may not be compatible with the Samsung TV.

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SOURCE: yamaha rx-v371 shuts off 2 secs after turning on

Return unit to place of purchase, this is clearly a manufacture defect. The warranty will cover full replacement, do not allow them to attempt repair on the current item because you will be back and forth until warranty runs out.

Posted on Apr 02, 2012

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SOURCE: Just bought a Yamaha RX-V371

I found a fix for this that worked for me. Dont ask why I tried it but it worked! I put a HDMI switcher between the cablebox and the yamaha HDMI input. I am not sure why it works but it does. The audio was actually clearer and the center channel responded better. An hdmi switch is about $25. Good Luck!

Posted on Nov 02, 2012

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SOURCE: yamaha rx-v371 comcast remote codes DO NOT WORK!

Yes it will not work , Your just wasting your time trying,

Posted on Nov 29, 2012

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"Signal loss" is indicated WHERE? So what's going on upstream at the source? ITS cables are a part of this.

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