Then it's more than likely the HDMI board on the AVR has gone bad (electrical storm perhaps?). The unit only has a 2 year warranty, so the warranty has likely expired and as the HDMI board generally costs about $300, you would be better served updating to a more current model (the newer models all have networking now). As a final last attempt, try doing a few more microprocessor resets in a row (at least 3-4) before giving up on it. Keep in mind you can also use component video cables to get video to the TV.
Is that the one where i hold < and > while powering up?
Don't know if i'm doing it wrong, but i can't get the component to Work. there is sound all the time but i can't get Picture on the TV. Can be that i need to change the out, but i can't find the menu to change it without looking at the screen...
Edited by Xplized - 8/18/13 at 6:21am