Question about Samsung LE32R41BD 32 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
Hi ihave a high pitch sound from back of tv witch changes with picture colour any body know ?
HUMMING NOISE FIXED -
I've had my Samsung TV for over a year and yesterday I re-arraanged my furniture and TV. I also changed the power plug from a 2 prong to a 3 prong...and it starting humming so loud, it was driving me crazy!!! I changed the power plug back to the 2 prong and the humming went completely away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
Lukster5 you are correct I have a noise on my LCD TV LNT 2653H ( Samsung)
and that is what they said it is ( coil in power supply circuit)
Please explain what this part does and will it be the complete cure?
What would the charge be to fix this problem? ( at a shop)
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
The response from CC is pure bull shiot. It's not the ground. I've done everything short of return and that's next. Great set but has a very "simply" bug.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
I have a 42" SAMSUNG and it seems that with the Backlight set to anything under 3 will cause a low humming noise as well as if you have Energy Saving mode turned on it will also cause the humming noise. I found this by muting the TV going into menu and enabling/disabling or changing the values of the options 1 step at a time. It's only audible if the TV is on mute and set to one of the inputs other than coax. Possibly a grounding problem?? Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
No solution but I have a Samsung LE32R7 which gives off an annoying high pitched frequency when the set is in standby. Its NOT the power supply hum which I can also hear but am not bothered by. A Samsung guy had a look or rather a listen to it but couldn't hear the noise as he was fairly old and proably his ears can't hear that frequency any longer! He offered no solution and said he might have a look after 'silly season' if I was still bothered by it. As the noise is only there when in standby I can't say that its related to picture colour change.
Posted on Dec 15, 2006
The panel need to be replaced
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
FINALLY GOT MINE FIXED... They had to modify the coil on the power board.. The "choke" on the board originally is wrong. They finally posted a service bulletin for it. If you can get a competent tech with the right parts it can fixed. Just make sure they don't modify the "main board". There was a conflicting service bulletin and it took two trips to get mine right. Finally a quiet TV, but ALL the 3253h are defective out of the box. Some are just louder than others. Either get it fixed or return it. Since the store wouldn't accept mine back, I got it fixed. Samsung should really do something about this because a lot of people will simply return it rather than put up with the BS of repair.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Mine does it too.. Circuit City won't take it back because I've exchanged four of them even though I have a 30 day return policy. They claim it all within there discretion. We'll see what the judge says about that. Anyways. This TV is a $1,000.00 paper weight that i'm about ready to throw out
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
Set the melody function to off... noise goes away
Posted on Apr 15, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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