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I connected my pad with a hdmi cable to my tv. The TV gets no signal, but my pad does. What should i do?

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Hi
I connected my pad with a hdmi cable to my tv. The TV gets no signal, but my pad does. What should i do?

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I connected my pad with a hdmi cable to my tv. The TV gets no signal, but my pad does. What should i do?

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Look at the HDMI receptacle on the motherboard. Its lower part might have come apart (bent out) and prevented good connection between its pins and those of the cable. Bend it back in so the "teeth" will lock together again, and put some sort of brace around it. Then it will work again. Good luck.
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