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Question about HTR-5990 Receiver

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...by a malfunctioning software or hardware. Is your receiver from a cable company? Try to get it replaced. I would start there and if it wont make a difference, go with the splitter. YOu might get ...

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...HTR HDMI "input" port is blowing up the HDMI output ports of devices that I connect to it. I have replaced the cable box and am thinking about testing my theory by connecting it to the HTR again. ...

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Question about RX-V663 Receiver

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replace the HDMI connector without a huge bill? Any options/suggestions are welcome. I would prefer not to have to change to a lesser quality video option. There is no way to replace the port yourself

Receiver RX-V3800: only a few months old. The HDMI output may need to be replaced since I have a hard time keeping the video signal to the projector. I assume the HDMI cable must have bent the prongs ...

...jack physically broken on my rx-v1900. Fixable? The HDMI out jack broke on my rx-v1900. Can it be replaced? An audio repair shop should be able to get a replacement connector and swap it for you. I ...

Yamaha HTR-6230 receiver set up w/HDMI no sound I have a Yamaha HTR-6230 receiver set up w/HDMI from blu-ray player and DVR. The volume only comes from the TV (samsung) when in DVD or DVR mode. Video ...

...replace it. If HDMI still wont show, move to another HDMI port. But based on having to hold HDMI cable with hand to steady the connection, it is either a bad HDMI cable, or a bad HDMI port on the ...

Question about RXA700 Receiver

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...HDMI transmit IC on the digital board. Sometimes replacing this IC will work, but most of the time you will need to replace the digital board - this is expensive. If you don't have a warranty that is ...

Question about RX-V673 7.2 Channel AV Receiver BONUS PAK w/ Two HDMI Cables

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Hdmi board replacement Hdmi out, board replacement part number here my problem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhY2bMpeo2o

...hdmi's. Any thoughts??? Try disconnecting the speaker outputs one set at a time until it works. If it works then replace the last speaker wire you pulled. It's possible the speaker is the problem but ...

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