Re: Samsung SlimFit TX-S3082WH Blurring on Left and Right...
Your picture tubes is going bad. i've had 5 yes 5 of these tv's replaced by samsung/bestbuy. i've kept buying the PSP (product Service plan) now my most recent tv is doing the same. samsung no longer makes the picture tube for this model. i've already called them. it was a nice tv. i've gotten about 6 months out of each model. I'm moving on the LCD, nice rca 32 inch HDtv model at walmart for less than 500.00.
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I AM HAVING THE EXACT SAME PROBLEM WITH MINE ! But before mine turns off, it shows a blurry squiggly red mark on the screen then shuts off and wont turn back on sometimes for several hours.. And everytime I CAN get it back on, I have to unlpug the whole thing and plug it back in...
This is normaly due to the focus bias volts being out of spec, and slowly drifting in to specs. This type of fault is usualy in the high voltage multiplier section that supplies the focus voltage, or in the focus circuit on the the CRT circuit board.
There is also a possiblity that the CRT is going weak, and it is taking some time for its emission to come up.
The TV service tech can do some tests to determine whre the fault actualy is.
Depending on the age, manufacture, and model of the set, would determine the price and availability for parts. If the CRT is the fault, then the set would not be worth to service.
Keep in contact with Samsung or the repair depot, as they may hook you along till the warranty is up and then want to charge you big bucks. Ok if your not happy with this set, go back to the store where you bought it, and compair it with one they have on the floor. If there are not any, tell them your not happy with the set and see what they will do about it. If you get no where with them, contact Samsung directly and they are easaly found online. If you need a URL I will be more then happy to supply it. Good Luck