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It's possible that the HDMI connector (at the PCB inside the box) is defective. If so the only realistic solution is to ask for another 622.

I'd recommend, if your TV has the capability, to hookup both 622 component (not composite) and 622 HDMI to separate TV inputs. Then, when you suspect an HDMI problem, you can switch your TV to the component input and see if you still have signal. Both 622 HDMI and component outputs are always hot and I've had my TV hooked up this way for months.

Having both hooked up simultaneously also allows for comparison of digital (HDMI) and analog (component) outputs of the 622.
 
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