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Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by Bill T., Oct 29, 2011.

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  1. Bill T.

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    Hello. I have purchased a new Toshiba DVD player modelSD900KR. I have connected it to the TV using HDMI cable (two tried)but even though I switch the source to the new player, the TV advises no signal found. If I connect to the tv using RCA cables, everthing works fine except picture is black and white. I have carefully checked all connections and color coding. My tv works fine with my Toshiba DVD recorder using HDM cable. Any suggestions?I
     
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    Take it back. Since another device works with the same TV and the same HDMI cable, the problem is with the new DVD player.
     
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