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The HDMI is not outputting to my display. I have 3 inputs and none of them work. However they did work for about 2 weeks with no problem. I can take the input directly to the display and they work fine. What i see through the onkyo to the display is, good video for about a second then it goes away. A period of snow then a good image... and so forth.

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Measure all hdmi inputs and output HPD Voltage by a needle probe.
Steps:
(1)unplug the amp.
(2)open the cover.
(3)connect a blu ray player to hdmi input & a mon to output, otherwise no 5V.
(4)negative probe connected to the large heat sink with large power transistors mounted by a crocodile clip.
(5)postive probe to right hand side last pin called hot plug detect, HPD.
(6)If it has 5V, hdmi board is OK. Check HDMI cables(7)If no 5V, check power to this board. Go to you tube:How to fix an Onkyo receiver - TX-SR606 . All large capacitors next to SMPS IC are replaced.
(8) If not OK, replace Q 8595-Q8597.
(9)If not OK, replace Q8501,sil9135.(Onkyo won't help you to replace this HDMI decoding Chip. A HDMI board replacement instead, the company policy.)

Posted on Oct 03, 2017

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    Ambrosia Heart Oct 03, 2017

    Remember, after connecting blu ray play & mon, switch them on and then turn on 605. Never unplug HDMI devices when your amp is switched ON.

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    Ambrosia Heart Oct 04, 2017

    Don't forget to replace the crystal ,resonate caps X8501,C8574,C8575,R8662

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SOURCE: No video throught HDMI output

press set up go option number 1 then go hdmi monitor and input yes. then press set up again

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SOURCE: HDMI video not functioning on a new Onkyo TX-SR606

try checking the input assignment section and go to Component Video Input. Make sure DVD and CBL/SAT has" -----" on them to prevent conflict. Hope this helps. ^_^

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Onkyo TX-SR606 HDMI output issues

HDMI switching is an ongoing problem for the 606. A number of people are having the same problem. Mine is at the local repair shop and Onkyo has told them the part is on backorder until April. I would look at another brand or upgrade to a higher leval Onkyo.

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SOURCE: I have an Onkyo TX-SR606 connected via hdmi to a

If you have a warranty take it to a dealer. If you don't search "how to fix an onkyo tx-sr606" on youtube. It will show you how to fix it.

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1. Connect both the AV Cable and the HDMI cable from the PLAYSTATION 3 to the corresponding (AV and HDMI) ports on your TV. 2. Proceed with resetting the Video Output Setting on the PLAYSTATION 3 again. (Follow these steps, then continue to step 3 below.)
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7. You can now disconnect AV Cable from the PLAYSTATION 3 and the TV, as it is no longer needed.

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