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Hdmi won't work on new tv

First of all I want to apologize if this is in the wrong sub forums but i need some help.
I just bought a new SilvaSchneider Tv from Austria and every time i connected my pc to my new tv though hdmi cable it says that i have no signal though all my 3 hdmi slots.
I tried the same method to two other tv and both work with HDMI cable only the one new one won''t work.
Any tips on how can i manage this situation?

Tv: led S 50.73 T2CS
50''/127 cm Led Smart Tv
resolution 1902x1080
3x HDMI USB,Av
PC spec: Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6600 CPU @ 3.30GHz

Video Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070

RAM 16 GB

Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 (build 17134), 64-bit

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Re: no HDMI

If it works on other TV's with the same cable, and not on this one, it seems a warranty issue. Back to the shop and let them tell you what to do or to show it works, or repair it, or give you another one.

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Try out other cable type

There are other cables you can use to connect your new TV. I am not that familiar with this model, but can you check if the other ports it has? If it has DisplayPort or Type-C you can easily connect it with other cables, just check out the right cables to use for your TV's resolution (you read more about types of cables here). But HDMI is your first choice, and you won't mind the bother, go have it checked for a possible manufacture defect.

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