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SOURCE: I have my satallite on hdmi input 1 and my x-box

I have the exact same problem/symptom. I suspect this is a very common problem only folks just now discovering it as we buy new hdmi devices. I called technical support and got the "sorry, out of warranty" talk. Mr Badge #74754 claimed that this was not a known problem. Would love to hear if others having this problem.

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