Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samsung TV flickering
This is an unusual failure of a non obvious part in the power supply putting noise into the circuitry of the TV.
you either need a competant tech to work on it or if you are good at connecting up cabling just swap out all the guts.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2008
I'm guessing that you would like all your components to play audio through the HTZ320. In order to get audio from all these components you will need a digital optical cable from the tv optical out to the HTZ320 optical input. And some composit audio cables (red and white) from tv audio out to the HTZ320 aux input. The video and audio from the dish box, bluray, and the vcr are all going to have to go through the tv first and then to the HTZ320. Use HDMI cables to connect the dish box and the bluray to the tv inputs and composit cables (red white and yellow) from the vcr output to the tv input. If you can give the exact model of the tv I can help you sort things out further. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Sorry... this is not a solution, but I wanted to speak directly to you and didn't know how else to communicate with you!! OMG!! My t.v. does the exact same thing!! The power issue and the sound going out after it has been on for a while!! Have you called Samsung yet? I hear they have horrible customer service. Maybe if we get enough people with the same problem we can get something done about it!!
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
I had the same problem with my Samsung LN26A450 LCD TV. I found the following YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mm51C_RDIZE titled "Samsung TV Repair - Part 1 of 2) (also watch Part 2 of 2) which shows how to easily fix the problem. The problem is bad capacitors on the power supply board. My TV had seven (7) bad capacitors - all 7 had dark stains on the ends from leaking electrolytic fluid and one (10V 2200MFD) was blown with bulging ends. I ordered 7 new high-temp (105 degrees C) aluminum radial capacitors from DigiKey.com matching the Temperature, Capacitances and Voltage Ratings for each damaged capacitor that I removed. I followed the instructions in the video except I used desoldering braid ($3.99 at RadioShack) to remove the solder attaching the bad capacitor leads to the power supply board. Once you wick up the old solder from all sides of each lead wire using the desoldering braid, the bad capacitors are easily removed. Total cost of repair including soldering equipment was less than $50. Thanks to “The Professor” for posting the video and saving me $400.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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