Question about Samsung HT-Z310T Theater System
Guys, I know this is an old post but I had the same problem recently. Took it to my mate and he said the fan at the back was full of dust which was stopping the fan blades spinning. He sprayed it with compressed air from a can and it works perfectly. Complete fix for only five pounds for the compressed air off eBay
Posted on Aug 22, 2012
I had the same problem with my Samsung HT-BD1250. In my case, the unit was refurbished so....no warranty. I simply opened up the receiver and discovered that the fan was not even connected! I just plugged it in and.....Voila! Works like a charm. Be warned though that if your unit is still under warranty, opening it up will likely void the warranty.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
From what I can gather the problem is caused by a faulty sensor. I don't know where the sensor is yet. But I have eliminated everything else associated with the fan which is the fan lol.
I have taken the fan out of my HT-Z510 and hooked it up to my computer and it worked flawlessly.. I am awaiting an email from Samsung as we speak. I will keep you posted
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Protection is very likely caused by an over heat condition, even with the fan working if the receiver is in a very enclosed place that warms up and is not ventilated it will cause the problem. The solution is to provide more ventilation so that the receiver can cool itself properly.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
I've had a similar problem where the disc continues spinning in the "loading" mode and then finally goes to "disc error." So, I opened the cover of the player, and noticed that the disc was not spinning as fast as I expected, and there was an extra unpleasant sound when the disc was spinning. Thus, I suspected there was an issue in the drive motor system: either the motor drive board, the motor itself, or the contact to the disc. I saw that there was dust accumulated on the rubber contacts to the disc, so I cleaned them with a q-tip. I then resetted the system, and the disc was the spinning normally again, and everything worked like before! (Other things I have tried in the past were cleaning the lens and updating the firmware, none of which worked) I hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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