TV CONNECTED BY HDMI TO RECEIVER

 on the TV I have it connected by Hdmi to the receiver and now I plugged in the BlueRay to the receiver by hdmi and I put it to the port of the hdmi and that works fine now I am trying to get the hdmi from the TV to the receiver to work and it says no signal found. I don't have a cable box I have a coaxial cable to the TV now how do I change it so it can show a signal

Can you connect the coaxial to the receiver? If not, you would want to get an optical cable if your t.v. has an optical out and run it from the tv to the receiver and then set the receiver on that audio setting. What is the model of your tv and receiver? just to clarify, you are just trying to watch t.v. right? If so, set the t.v. to the input for the coaxial, so just cycle through the inputs til you have a picture. To get the sound through the speakers, do what i posted first.
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