Originally Posted by Clark Burk
I would try powering everything down. Connect the Epson to the HDMI main and power up the projector first. Then power up the 500. Unless the Epson has an issue with handshaking using 3D discs this should work. If it doesn't try posting your question in the 3010 forum to see if any other 3010 users have had issues.
Thank you for the response. I stepped through the entire process you outlined once again to be sure, but it did not come up. I later disconnected both the Hitachi and the Epson, then connected the RCA video out to the Hitachi with no HDMI and did a full factory reset (now that I could see what I was doing). I then tried the Epson on the HDMI MAIN with the same steps you outlined: nothing. But at least I had the monitor to see what was going on.
I then transferred the HDMI over to the SUB and after a few moments I finally had video to the projector, but it keeps cutting out for a few seconds every five minutes or so. I was also able to play a 3D Blu-ray (and it was stunning)!
One other note: this does not happen when I connect it to my std DVD player. There are no issues with that player and HDMI connection. It is a 25 ft cable, and I thought that there might be an issue with it, but it works fine with the $80 dvd player. Also, I tried to return the HDMI to the MAIN and still got no picture, but was able to put it back into SUB and got results as before. Even on the menu, it will blink out every few minutes.
I am open to suggestions!