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    Default onkyo 806 HDMI output problem...

    Hi,

    I am the user of onkyo 806.
    I CAN'T see the dvds and onkyo menu on my tv.
    I checked the HDMI cable itself, HDMI output of DVD player and HDMI input of TV.
    Everything is working right.
    I think HDMI output of Onkyo is broken...

    What other output in the receiver can I use instead of this one.

    And I bought it 10 month ago(2 year warranty), can I exchange my receiver with new unit?


    Thanks,

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    Try over component to the TV and see if you can see menus that way. Only you know if your warranty is valid. Where did you buy it from and when? Check your receipt. Also make sure you check DVDp menu to output video and audio over HDMI.
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