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I was wondering if anyone could help me out with my problem I'm having. I had a short in one of my outlets in my house, causing the breaker to go. After this happened my hdmi cable no longer worked from my Denon 1910 hdmi output to my TV. I verified the cable was bad with other devices and bought a new one, I still have no output from my receiver to my TV. Has anyone ever experienced this before and could you lead me in a direction to fix it?
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The HDMI connections are very sensitive to voltage spikes. Does HDMI audio still pass to your speakers? If you have tried all of the HDMI inputs and not of them put video out to the HDMI ouput, then try resetting the microprocessor (p. 64 OM) and retry the connections to all of the HDMI inputs again. If still no joy then connect the HDMI from the source to the TV with separate optical from the source to the AVR for surround audio. The HDMI board on the AVR would likely run about $300 to replace as the unit is likely well out of the 2 year warranty. Another option is to collect on your Home/Renter's insurance and use the money towards the purchase of a more current model which would also add networking, Airplay, Pandora and Spotify.

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Thanks a lot. I will try resetting the microprocessor and also check with my insurance agent and take it from there.
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Thanks jdsmoothie, I will give it a try and let you know what happens, may not be able to get to it till the weekend though. Tito if it works for you let me know.
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The HDMI connections are very sensitive to voltage spikes.

Yes. HDMI lacks a lot of things that make for a robust interface. No coupling transformers, wide bandwidth, and low voltage.
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