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Hi there, I am Pete and I'll be happy to assist you today.
This will happen if the HDMI adapter you are using is not supported by the iPad.
You can connect the iPad to your Linsar TV using an approved Apple HDMI adapter, like this one:
Please let me know if you have any further questions on this topic and I'll be more than happy to help? :)
Have a good day and stay safe,
You are very welcome :)
You can ignore the instruction about the current output - it is a standard instruction. No power supply is required.
The iPad will not connect if you connect it directly with your existing cable that fits straight into the iPad -
You will need to use the adapter to convert the signal first, then connect a standard HDMI cable from the adapter to your TV.
Yes, you can attach images to your JustAnswer question page so I can see them.
Hi Bob, I am user of this site just like you, so I don't have any insight into your account.
I did ask for images at 3.30pm and you have just sent them through at 4pm so I am reviewing now.
I can see that your iPad 2 uses the old-style Apple connection, so you will need to get a different adapter:
You will see that my first reply was related to an iPad, not an iPad 2.
The incorrect adapter can be returned.
If you ordered the incorrect adapter to suit your iPad then it will need to be returned.
I gave an example of an adapter. You need to check the adapter ordered is suitable for your iPad model.
Glad to hear it worked!