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Pioneer AVR VSX 1123 K stopped passing 3D through.

I have the Pioneer VSX 1123-K and all of a sudden it stopped passing 3D signal through, or rather it doesn't recognize my TV as being 3D.
If I take the Blu-Ray player and connect it directly to the TV the 3D works fine.
If that same Blu-Ray player is unplugged and plugged into the receiver, while the 3D movie is playing connected directly to the TV, the receiver passes the 3D signal just fine.
I had this working initially when I brought the TV home, but I have made some changes since then.
The TV is question an LG OLED E6P.
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Somehow you lost the communication between the Pioneer and the TV...what changes did you make? You might have to reset your TV and start over.
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Somehow you lost the communication between the Pioneer and the TV...what changes did you make? You might have to reset your TV and start over.
I turned off CEC on the television, and the receiver.

If anything it would be changes in the receiver as I moved around some HDMI cables.
The TV works proper with 3D as long as the player is directly connected to the TV, once I put the receiver in between the TV and player that's when it breaks.

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Some HDMI cables are not 3D compatible with receivers. Are your hdmi cables 1.4 compliant? If you have older cables, I would get the newer high speed cables. A lot of people are having issues with passing through receivers, yet they can go directly to the TV and get 3D even with 1.3 compliant cables, but the receiver needs 1.4.
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Some HDMI cables are not 3D compatible with receivers. Are your hdmi cables 1.4 compliant? If you have older cables, I would get the newer high speed cables. A lot of people are having issues with passing through receivers, yet they can go directly to the TV and get 3D even with 1.3 compliant cables, but the receiver needs 1.4.
These cables work when directly connected to the Television.
These are also the same cables I used for 3D previously.
Also, yes all my cables are 1.4 compatible.

I went to a local AVR store and picked up a new UHD Player, it has dual HDMI outs.
Grabbed the Panasonic 900, prblem solved.
However the AVR geek in the store suggested that it might be a HDCP/HDMI version mismatch between the old AVR/Blu Ray player, and the new TV.

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