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Are you positive that you followed the correct procedure to delete the inputs?
First, thanks for the reply, and second, thanks for the link to the full copy of the manual. I didn't realize the one I've been searching is called the "Basic" users guide.

I can say that sometime during the last five years I have certainly not done it right. That said, if you follow this procedure and disconnect the device before deleting the input, then the input becomes greyed out and you can't select it for deletion. I have an old HTPC greyed out on HDMI 2 and another old device on Component 2. Possibly if you disconnect the input with the TV on, and then delete the device before turning it off it might work.

In any case I tried deleting my existing AVR - without disconnecting it - then shutting the set down and have it rediscover. After I did that all the 'phantom' AVRs were gone. I still have a greyed out HTPC and Wii, but I can live with that.

Thanks for your help!
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First, thanks for the reply, and second, thanks for the link to the full copy of the manual. I didn't realize the one I've been searching is called the "Basic" users guide.

I can say that sometime during the last five years I have certainly not done it right. That said, if you follow this procedure and disconnect the device before deleting the input, then the input becomes greyed out and you can't select it for deletion. I have an old HTPC greyed out on HDMI 2 and another old device on Component 2. Possibly if you disconnect the input with the TV on, and then delete the device before turning it off it might work.

In any case I tried deleting my existing AVR - without disconnecting it - then shutting the set down and have it rediscover. After I did that all the 'phantom' AVRs were gone. I still have a greyed out HTPC and Wii, but I can live with that.

Thanks for your help!

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