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I have a Denon AVR1611 receiver, Denon Blu Ray, and direct TV in AV room leading to a LG projector, paradigm speakers and sub in the viewing room. Everything has worked wonderfully till now. Now there is no signal, direct TV or DVD, that shows from the projector. However, when I use the tuner it will display the tuned channel on the screen, so I know the connection is fine. I looks as if all the connections are fine. I have the ports set up correctly SAT/CBL is HDMI3 DVD HDMI2 and thats how they are plugged in. I know there is a Direct TV signal because there is a splitter and that TV seems fine. I don't know of any storms or outages recently. I could use some help!! Any suggestions are appreciated..Thanks
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Try disconnecting all devices, HDMI and power cables for a few minutes. Plug the sources into the PJ directly to see if they all work.

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Thanks smoothie, any next steps? Disconnected everything for a while..re-connected..still nothing. I did try to connect the Direct TV directly to projector and that works..so definitely a receiver issue. Any more thoughts from anyone? It's almost like it's not recognizing the HDMI ports. Anyone ever experience similarities? Thanks
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Try resetting the microprocessor (p. 72 OM).

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did that too..no luck. am i screwed?
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What's the cable length from the AVR to the PJ? Try lowering the resolution in the video source to 720p or try connecting another TV with a shorter (6') HDMI cable as a test. If still no joy, looks like repair would be the next option. That model comes with a 2 year warranty and your credit card company may add a 3rd year (Amex will do this for sure).

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