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Hello and sorry to hear about your problem. Few things to check (I'm sure you have already done so):

1. Make sure that your cables are securely seated in the HDMI input and output slots - wiggle them around a bit to ensure good contact

2. Check your receiver and TV settings to ensure that they are both set to receive and process HDMI signals and not something else

3. Check the receiver and TV settings to ensure that they are correctly configured to the correct HDMI inputs

I had a major power outage and somehow all my settings got messed up a while ago and it drove me nuts until i figured out what had happened.

Good luck.
Erle
 
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