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Hdmi where is the outlet on the TV -- the TV is wall mounted so I can't see it --just wanted to make sure one was there before getting assistance taking it down.

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SOURCE: where is the HDMI connection on the tv? i cannot

One in panel on left hand edge, another 3 on rear.

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Performing a power reset
1. Turn off the television.
2. Unplug the television power cord from the electrical outlet.
3. Let the television remain without power for 60 seconds.
4. Plug the power cord back into the electrical outlet.
NOTE: If the television is plugged into a power strip or surge protector, remove it from the power strip or surge protector and plug it directly into the wall outlet. If the issue is resolved, the problem is with the power strip or surge protector and not the television.
5. Turn on the television.
How to establish an HDMI connection between a TV and other device.
Follow the steps below if the HDMI® connection between your TV and other device is not working:
1. Make sure both the TV and other device are turned on.
2. While turned on, unplug the power cords for the TV and device from the electrical outlet.
3. Disconnect the HDMI cables from the TV and other product.
4. Wait 60 seconds.
5. While the HDMI cables are disconnected, plug the power cords back into the electrical outlet.
6. Turn on the TV.
7. Re-connect the HDMI cables.
8. Turn on the HDMI-connected product.

The TV should now detect the HDMI signal from the connected device and operate normally. If there is still a problem, disconnect the HDMI cable from both products and then reconnect it in the opposite direction. In some situations this has been reported to resolve connection issues.
How to reset a TV to factory settings: https://us.en.kb.sony.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/61396
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Hi Barry,
I think that you will find that the TV is secured to the wall mount by a number of screws/bolts which pass up through the "shelf" and into holes which are moulded into the base of the TV. Removing them should do the trick. However, make sure that you disconnect from the power outlet. Also, depending on the TV, weight can be a problem. Make sure that the TV is supported while you release it from the wall mount. Get a second person to help.

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How do I find the wall support or inner support in my wall? I want to mount a crt tv on my wall, I want to be sure it is completely secure.


there are a few ways. If u mean the studs in the wall just use a stud finder sold at lowes or tap on wall till you here and feel a solid sound. Tap a small nail through if u want to b sure. Also outlet boxes are nailed to studs. So tap on the wall near an outlet and u should find one fast. Then using a tape measure go 16" off that stud in the direction you want to hang the tv mount.most studs are in the wall every 16". hope this helpd

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I'm looking for a tv that will look best when connected to my laptop, i want to get an lcd tv mounted for displaying power point presentations and wanted to get your honest recommendation on brand of tv to...


What model laptop do you have? Specifically, does it have HDMI? What video card does it have?

If you'll be driving it by VGA then the main thing is to get a TV that supports 1080p over VGA - not a real big deal now. If you have HDMI then it's even easier as any decent TV today will have HDMI.

Be sure to get a model with VESA holes on the back as these will be needed for the wall mount hardware to work.

When it comes to brands, you won't go wrong with Sony or Samsung but you'll probably pay a small premium. Obviously, the larger the TV the better the picture. 37" is probably the minimum size to consider.

When you are picking a TV don't forget that the most important thing is how you think it looks subjectively. You should also not forget to check the usable viewing angle relative to the space where it will be mounted and where the viewers will sit; you won't be happy if the people at the end of the conference table see nothing more than a shaded gray image.

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For a true flush mount installation, you will need to recess your connections (i.e. power, HDMI, S-Vid, etc). Most tvs have the connections coming out of the bottom to allow flush mounting.

If your wall is not drywall, or you really don't want to bother with the expense of recessing your outlets and cable connections, just get a swivel arm mount. It will allow the TV to sit a bit further from the wall and still look ok.

Go to www.monoprice.com for great deals on mounts. I have 3 of them in my house and they are excellent quality.

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I'd suggest running all HDMI.  I believe your receiver has 2 HDMI in's and one out.  Run the out to your TV and run the components to the inputs on the receiver.  This way the receiver will control the video.  Works good for me!  Hope this helps!

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Make sure TV is set to HDMI channel.

Try a different HDMI port on back of TV.

Reset the cable/sat box and reset the TV by powering off both and unplugging them for the wall outlet for 30 seconds. Turn cable/sat box on first, and then TV after 30 secs.

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I found that the screw holes in the back that should have thread from the top down are threaded only near the bottom of the hole. You will need to purchase longer bolts/screws to attach the mount. Also, if it has the built in DVD player you will need to purchase a few plastic washers to build the mount up over the DVD player and to make the other side even. It is POSSIBLE to mount this TV it is just a large amount of work! I hope this can help!

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