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    Lost HD devices

    This afternoon, I had to move my TV (Philips 46PFL9705K) to carry out out some DIY.
    When I set it up again I had lost access to my three HD devices (2 HD decoders and my apple TV).

    They are working still (I can see them through a scart lead). I have tried deleting the devices and recreating them but without success.

    I wondered if I had damaged all three HD ports when taking out the cables, but even the 4th side HD port which I have never used doesn't work.

    Does anyone have any idea what I am doing wrong. I have 1 very upset wife and tomorrow will have 2 very unhappy kids too

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    I think you should contact the Philips help desk.
    Have you tried restoring the factory settings on your TV?
    (Keep you picture settings of course on a paper note...)

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    Hi,

    I agree with Petasis, that you should call the local help desk. I think the internal connection to the HDMI board is broken...

    Toengel@Alex

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