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post #6451 of 6455 Old 04-17-2015, 07:19 AM
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That sounds like an issue with the comcast box itself, is it all ports ? Seems strange it would work with one component and not the other. That makes me suspect either the cable or the component.
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The port didn't matter, none of them worked with the Comcast box. The box worked fine with the new TV that he had bought, though, so I figure that should rule it out as being the issue. He even tried to piggy back the Comcast connection into the Xbox 1 and as soon as he did, the picture just dropped. I don't plan on having a cable box on this TV but I want to make sure there isn't some other issue at hand that could trickle down to the other boards. Might just pull the A board and send it to ModuslinkPTS to be on the safe side. My new neighbor works for an appliance repair company so maybe I can see if he can source a board. Can't hurt to ask.
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Wish I could help you on that, but you never know. My 65VT30 had some HDMI issues and an A Board replacement fixed it up. Still holding strong in my Master Bedroom.

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I hope you get it sorted out and I'm still enjoying mine. How much did you pay for it?
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Thanks guys. I am going to pull the board today and ship it off to ModuslinkPTS for repair. I paid $1200 which I thought was decent for not having to drive far to get one. There were some other better deals out there, but it would have been a day or 2 of driving + hundreds in gas or a TON of shipping charges. The TV is mint otherwise, only 3300 hours, and has 3 pairs of 3D glasses so I was OK with the price.
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