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Re: brand new tv will not power on
I would call the manufacture and have them get it fixed. in the long run it will be better for you and the tv. just think you fix thids yourself and something else goes wrong then the warrenty wont cover it cause you open the tv yourself. i know it is a pain but you would be better off.
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This can be a power problem it can be a power problem inseide the tv or a power distribution problem from your power outlets. So before you send this to a repair shop you can try to plug the tv to a different outlet by using an extension cord. I understand that you have tried to unplug the tv for several minutes but plugging the tv to a different plug in can make a difference.
Well I think what has happened is that the move has caused a failure, it well may have been bumped or jostled, these units are VERY delicate, and should NEVER be moved without using the protective crating, they came that no-one keeps, for any transport, (It is absolutely imperative that you keep your packaging these days as it should NEVER ever be moved without putting it back into that packaging for travel) they really do NOT travel well at all. This what you describe is a classic situation, we see it all the time in my shop. You have little option but to get a "Quote" for a repair. this is indeed unfortunate, but all too common from "shifted" item. Especially TV's.
When I plug in all of the cables the tv says no signal. I have tried it on all different input settings and my cable provider tried sending me a stronger signal. Could I be doing something wrong and is there anything else I can try?On the back the tv has no receptor what else is there i can use?
first what model samsung? second if the tv has yellow red white then you need to change the tv to the input you are using. for best picture I would use an s-video cable it will give you superior video images since I don't know what brand dvd player I only say this if you have an output on the dvd player most important is to make sure the tv is on what input you have plugged in. and dont forget to power up both units.