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Old 10-20-2012, 07:49 PM   #1
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I have a 73833 dlp mitsubishi every time I turn it off it resets it self and does not show any hdmi, so I have to unplug hdmi cable and plug it back in, it also resets all my other settings such as coloring. I have tried other hdmi cables same problem. Can someone help me.

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Hello

I have a 73833 dlp mitsubishi every time I turn it off it resets it self and does not show any hdmi, so I have to unplug hdmi cable and plug it back in, it also resets all my other settings such as coloring. I have tried other hdmi cables same problem. Can someone help me.

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Do you have a regular video cable with F-type conneter attached to the TV?

That may be the cause of it. That connector is usually called Ant-1 input in the TV's menu. Instead of disconnecting the HDMI cable, just press the Input button on the TV's remote. See if the TV has automatically set itself to Antenna input. Go back and choose the Cable/Satellite input that you normally use with HDMI cable.

You can also press MENU on the TV's remote control, Select Inputs, and then turn off the Antenna input.
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I just have hdmi connected no other cable attached to my tv.

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