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Old 03-05-2009   #1
"The New Guy"
Join Date: May 2009
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PS3 - HDMI cable works on two of my TV's, but wont work on a specific one?

I can get my PS3 working (connected via HDMI cable) working on the 2 TV's downstairs no problem and working to a max of 1080i. However, I can't get it to work at all on the TV in my bedroom which is ideally where I'd like to keep it. The TV in my bedroom can go to 1080i max (I know this because I use my xbox360 on it at this setting). However, the TV doesnt seem to recognise the PS3 at all - just a blank screen :(

I have tried the 'hold down for 10 secs til the second beep' technique - this results in my TV recognising the PS3 at 576p, but my TV must not support this setting because the screen just stays blank.

Would appreciate any help on this problem - thanks!
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Old 03-05-2009   #2
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Maybe the tv is not adjusted for hdmi try entering your tv's brand and model and look at the situation in their web page
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