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Please tell me my trusty 8700UB didn’t die. I was watching a movie, paused to do something, came back to Source: HDMI1 No Signal

Swapped out the disk player to a spare
Tried a different cable
Tried HDMI2 on the projector
Checked all connections
Switched inputs and came back to BD on receiver

Getting audio from the disk but no video
Normally I hear a lens sound switching sources and don’t now
Projector auto shuts off after sitting on no signal

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Please tell me my trusty 8700UB didn’t die. I was watching a movie, paused to do something, came back to Source: HDMI1 No Signal

Swapped out the disk player to a spare
Tried a different cable
Tried HDMI2 on the projector
Checked all connections
Switched inputs and came back to BD on receiver

Getting audio from the disk but no video
Normally I hear a lens sound switching sources and don’t now
Projector auto shuts off after sitting on no signal
Can you see the projector menu?

Unplug it for around 30 min.
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Yes I unplugged over night. I see the menu But there is no signal info. Still getting audio is it an hdmi handshake issue ?
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Yes I unplugged over night. I see the menu But there is no signal info. Still getting audio is it an hdmi handshake issue ?
So the audio is routed through the projector?

Try another display of you have to check the source is not the problem.

Or reset the projector's settings to defaults.
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Where there any electrical storms in the area when the failure occurred? This is the #1 reason for HDMI chip failure, ESD (electrostatic discharge) very common during thunder storms or very low humidity. Long HDMI cables are way more likely to generate a pulse.

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