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Old 09-16-2014, 10:38 AM   #1
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Default No video from Pioneer XV-BD212

Hi

a few days ago i stupidly swapped the HDMI out cable from my onebox pioneer while it was on so i could watch a film on my Projector, after watching the film i swap the cables back so the picture was on the tv, but no picture came on the tv.

I've changed the hdmi ports on the tv and tried a brand new HDMI cable but nothing worked. i just got sound coming form the 5.1 speakers.

this morning i lent a RGB component cable as the the system has that one and it came on, i could see the home menu, could even play a dvd as it has a built in dvd player. So i thought i would take it along to my local tv repair guy told him what happened and he didn't even look at it, just said that because i swap round the hdmi cables without tuning of the system, i will of fried the video chip. Now i maybe wrong here but surly if that was the case the component video wouldn't work would it?

after reading round it was seem more likey that one of the caps could of blown?

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Old 09-16-2014, 10:41 AM   #2
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Default Re: No video from Pioneer XV-BD212

opps sorry wrong section. please delete

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