Question about Televison & Video
32'' Samsung LCD, just purchased this year and all of a sudden the picture is upside down.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a technician fix this exact problem today it is the POWER SUPPLY the TV is not getting enough power to the main board, i have been searching for weeks and no one ever post a solution here it is guys get them fixed $200 only
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: no picture on Samsung LCD 40" TV
Nobody could guess that! it depends on where you are in the world. For Instance I am in australia network.
Call outs generally run to $AUD90 and $90 and hour Min 1 hour.
You do not say whethyer the power light lights up so its again guesswork.
If the power light IS lit then there is power from the wall to the primary coil of the power transformer. I would then suspect either the secondary transformer has failed, or that a fuse after the secondary and pre picture/sound module has blown. The power supply ( cant by bits) costs around $200. The fuse 0.60
add to the callout fees and you get some idea of the cost can cost half the value if a $1000 TV The plasma screen hasnt gone so that's always a plus and its rare for the video board and sound module to fail simultaneously. So my bet is the poer supply side and fuse
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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SOURCE: Samsung 32" can not turn on
It could be a faulty power supply (capacitors). To all who are having power supply issues: Samsung is now acknowledging a problem with faulty capacitors. I called 1 800 726-7864 and they said they would repair certain out-of-warranty TVs if the problem is related to the capacitors. I just called and they are sending a service rep out to diagnose the problem
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
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