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If you did forget the PIN of Samsung LE19R8, do the following.
Press the remote control button in the following sequence, which resets the PIN to [0-0-0-0]:
POWER(Off), MUTE,8,2,4, POWER(On).
This process will set your PIN to initial settings, and you have to set it to new passcode. OK.
the noise you hear is the RELAY circuit. the relay try to power up but
they cant, because the oscillation circuit is defective thats why your
power is not coming out! the main problem is the hot side section, the
problem is the oscillation circuit.
You will need to replace two capacitors, 160volt 1MF and a160 volt 4.7MF locations c408 and c607. And if the picture is two narrow replace R401 and R407, IC601 [str30130] ,Q402[2sd1880] This will correct picture size..You are off to a good start....as for the sound I don'remember the value or location of the bad resistor..might be located near IC 601..This will give you a good place to start the repairs. I always clean inside a tv with a leaf blower to reduce dust that will be in the way. Be careful..very carefull when working with high voltage.
Hi there yes this is a common problem with old tube tv's and yes eventually stuff seems to break down there is not alot you can really do about it to be honest ...my suggestion is that this is lifes way of saying upgrade ...this tv has done well ....if your looking to upgrade i would suggest going to a Samsung LA26C450 as a replacement television or if you are not so much a fan then a KLV26BX300 as a new option ,
You would have to contact the manufacture. a better solution would be to take it to a shop and have them repair the board.
It would involved using acitate glue and the bridging the wire traces back with wire bridges (jumper wire soldered to the traces).
If you are not able to do this on your own a local shop could do the job.
According to the Samsung website, this is the method to reset the Vchip PIN.
1. Turn TV on. 2. Press power button on the remote, TV will turn off. 3. Press Mute on the remote. 4. Using the remote, press the buttons 8, then 2, then 4 5. Press the power button, TV should turn on.
At this point the PIN should be reset to four zeros.
If that doesn't work, you could have someone mess with the internal circuits as someone else posted, but I wouldn't recommend trying it yourself.
Or you could call the Samsung tech support hotline at 1-800-726-7864. Never tried it so I don't know how good their customer support is.