Sorry to revive an old post, but I am having the same problem. I have a Panny ST60, Denon 1713, Time Warner Motorola DCX3400, and Sony 5100. The only time I get a pink screen is when I turn on the unit about once every 3-4 days to watch Cable. I've never gotten the pink screen through the BD player. I've switched inputs for the Motorola on the Denon and a few days later get the pink screen again. Usually when I cycle off the AVR or the cable box only, the problem doesn't go away. If I shut off the TV only, when turned back on it is not pink. If I shut everything off, when turned back on it is not pink. This made me believe the TV is the culprit. The problem is so intermittent it's hard to troubleshoot.
I read this post and unplugged everything from the wall and plugged it all back in. I had previously (since before the last pink screen) unplugged some cables from the surge protector to reroute wiring, but can't be certain that the Motorola, Denon, and Panny were all unplugged simultaneously to correct any handshake issues. I didn't reseat any HDMI connections though after unplugging from the wall; should I?
I'm wondering if there is a way to expedite the troubleshooting process since tomorrow is technically the last day I can get an exchange on the TV (assuming the TV is actually the problem). Thanks for any help.
Edited by tuffluck, June 11 2013 - 02:17 PM.