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you could try returning in all of your channels from the main menu the tv can do this automatically but you need to select the procedure 1. click on the home button 2. scroll sideways till you reach settings 3. in settings scroll down or up and click on digital set-up(centre button of your scroll control) 4.then scroll down to, and click on digital auto tuning (centre button of your scroll control) this will activate automatic channel tuning the tv will do the rest and will wipe out old settings and retune in all channels
Hello; Samsung thought it was cute to use "touch control" Circuit boards at the set for basic functions like power on/off channel up/ down etc , but they **** at the design of doing this. One function can be stuck on like vol up/dn or anything else. The set has a microcomputer in it that can only accept one command at a time. first take the batteries out of the remote to eliminate it as the cause. Most states have "fitness of merchantability law to protect you against this junk! call the state you are in for protection laws FIRST. If no help, open the TV and find the cable to the buttons at the set and unplug it to see if problem goes away.
To troubleshoot this first ake the batteries out of the remote. If the changing of channels stops then the fault is with the remote not the television. Replace new batteries into the remote and see if the issue is resolved. If it continues go around each button pressing and releasing it - if the problem persists you will need to purchase a new remote.
If the problem continues even with the batteries out of the remote then you have a faulty tuner on the TV and this will need to be replaced.
There are a few things that can cause this. #1 most often cause is
either something spilled on the channel button or something wrong with
the bezel where the buttons are located causing the button to be
pressed all the time. Check the buttons on the tv and make sure none of
them are stuck. #2 is a bad button (switch). Replace the switch or the
control board. #3 is a short on the wiring harness going from the
switch to the mian board. Maybe it's squished against the frame
somewhere. #4 would be a bad main board. You will likely have to take
this unit to a service centre to have it looked at.
some tv's default to channel 2 after being unplugged.since it is a older tv ,the buttons on the remote and the tv maybe worn down.on the tv itself try pushing the buttons down a liitle harder. if you have aux or line in/video inputs,scroll down on the channel button to log into a aux channel for the dvd player.as for the remote try buying a cheap universal remote to see if that works.
Had the same problem, channels would not stop scrolling.
It was as though someone had there finger on the channel up button.
Disconnected the sixth wire, starting with the black wire on the wiring harness for the front buttons, on/off, ch. up/down, vol. up/down, etc.
It works fine, no more unwanted channel surfing!!