Here are some fault-finding solutions when your HDMI input, doesn't give you an image... Service SVRCo.
Only minor issue was that th was not always an empty outlet close enough to the TV for me to plug it in easily, so a powerstrip to carry along might come in handy. Cable length It's also worth checking the cable distance as well. Correct resolution?
It is important to note that the image will only be as good as the device capabilities. If the various devices don't understand each other, your TV might mysteriously shut off while the DVD is playing, or a miscommunication will cause the TV or one of the components to "lockup" and refuse to respond to the remote control or front panel buttons.
At this point, you might think you cracked the code, as if you could just go out, find an HDMI 2. So glad I bought this!
It just goes to show that sometimes you really get what you pay for. This might be where you point to Version 2. So if you drop down the resolution, that might then give you the image on the screen.
It's only when I switch to HiDef in the Cable settings that the problem occurs. It may turn itself off while you're doing the following steps. And secondly don't panic.
Works flawlessly!!! The TV could be a new type, developed after the source device was produced.Faulty HDMI Port on LG Television. No Signal Fault
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