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Sounds like you have a convergence problem. If you go into the setup menu of your TV, there should be some settings to adjust the red, green and blue hues and re-position them so each color matches up. If this does not work or if you don't have a menu, your TV *might* have a circuit board with several plastic screws on it. These adjust the picture and it's a very tedious task to re-align each hue correctly.
My projection TV is an older model from 1995, which is probably why it has this circuit board in place of a convergence menu built into the TV.
If adjusting the convergence still doesn't work, you might need to purchase a new convergence chip.
Check the Red+Yellow+White cables, make sure they're all in the correct place. Also with your remote control, go to the menu, just play with it a little till you reach the sound menu, put bass a little higher... etc!
Well many thing could be happening here for example,the DMD board could not be working properly,please also listen carefully for any strange noises,like high pitch whirling sounds,that could mean that your color wheel is not working properly,the lamp will only last you from 6000 to 8000 lamp hours if you have a Phillips lamp and if you have a generic lamp that will last you from 3500 to 4500 lamp hours but i doubt that, this is your problem you can go to www.fixyourdlp.com for further trouble shooting
Hi,do you hear buzzing,whirling or high pitch sounds? if you do it could be an issue with the color wheel If
the TV have the infamous blinking lights problem and you're replaced
your lamp without success, it's most likely a problem with your color
wheel. The Samsung color wheels spin anywhere from 6,000 to
15,000 revolutions per minute (RPM’s)--It is one of the few consumable
parts in your Samsung TV. The average life expectancy from our data
logging shows the Samsung color wheels are fairly reliable with a MEAN
average of 5-8 years .It could also be the DMD board this is how it works:http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/dlp1.htm One simple way to test if it is the DMD board it's to display thew menu,if menu is also affected that for sure what it is.God bless you!
look in the menu under audio, sould be a place for speaker and can be set to on or off. Make sure it is set to on. I had the same problem after the tv was not plugged in for a while. You should be able to do this withh the orig. remote but i got it to work with a universal with the proper keys. (menu up down left right ect) hopefully this fixes it
You havent listed your TV model but most Samsung sets that are digital will have A button on the remote marked DTV this will tell set to look at the digital chans.
Now try & go in to the menu & select tuning & scan the digital chans in.
One other thing are you in an area of the UK that can pick up digital channels without changing your aerial.
Any other symptoms? You may be just hearing the occasional sound of static being bled off, or, if the set is not working properly, the sound of the high voltage section trying to compensate...accordianman