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When you open up Displays there will be two windows, if it's detecting the external display - one for your Mac's screen and one for the TV. Make sure you're changing the correct one. Your MB screen should be called 'Color LCD'. you can also use the 'Detect displays' button if it's not.

Make sure you have the TV changed to the correct input port.
Also try the other HDMI port on the monitor.

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