Question about Televison & Video
Did you check your connections and did you use the recommended connector cables, usually this is the firs thing to check with the addition of new equipment.
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: set top box and remote control
My remote wasn't working until I programmed it to work with itself ... (how odd it wasn't done already).
"CBL" button and ""OK/SEL" held down simulataneously for 3 seconds ... then "001" for the Scientific Atlanta. If the unit turns off, you're in business.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
SOURCE: HDMI connectivity
I have the SA8300HDC STB from Time Warner. I get this error from my DVD recorder, not from my HDMI connection. I've read that the error is due to copy protection. The only solution I've read about has to do with a new Samsung Set-top box from TWC. Funny this copy protection error didn't ever come up with my old VCR connection to the HDTV. TWC apparently told a lot of people that the problem would be solved by a software update from TWC in October 2007 & then in December 2007. Guess TWC isn't sure what the problem is but everyone who has mentioned this Samsung cable box has reported success with their HDMI connection.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
The spacing of the lines would help but the problem is likely stemming from a increasingly serious thermal problem.
Try this; it doesn't take long and might help confirm the thermal problem:
Use a portable fan sitting on a table (or the floor, if a floor-standing type) and aim the air flow toward the back vents of the set.
If this seems to accelerate the fading effect or eliminates the lines completely, then the circuit that controls the addressing of the vertical display is at fault.
If this is the case, the main board (or a subsidiary board for control of the X-Y axises) will require repair or replacement.
Contact the Samsung service people for pricing and available solutions.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
in every remote there is a button that leads u to the digital setup. you have 2 options in it. manual or automatic. go for automatic. rest is done automatically. good luck!
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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