Question about Samsung HL-S5087W DLP TV
Hi I am a woman and I am trying to fix my Samsung. It has been shutting off lately and becoming worse. I have been searching the internet for possible solutions. I have the TV currently unplugged and the back is off where you replace the lamp. I am going to vacuum out the dust. I noticed a blue switch on the bottom right which looks like it would be pushed down when I put the back on. Is this correct or should I do something with the switch? Also I noticed that someone said that their TV was shutting down due to HD programming problems. How do I check if that is the problem? I have about 4-cables disconnected, the TV on the floor unplugged and want to try anything/everything to resolve this before I spend any money. Do any of you guys or gals have any practical solutions before I put it all back together? I am not mechanically inclined but don't mind learning and don't mind having a screwdriver in my hand. Thanks for your help and advise.. Hurry it's the weekend and there is nothing to do. This is the only TV in the house.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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