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usually indicates that the lamp is burned out,the ballast is dead or the power supply board has failed. you can do the lamp yourself but the others would need a technician. call 1-800-samsung for nearest service center.
Rear project televisions use high voltage capacitors that lose their capacitance with age. Most likely there is a low voltage problem. You cannot repair this yourself because of the DANGEROUS high voltages inside such a set. Call a service technician.
Someone did not explain to you what HDTV "Ready" means. It means you do not have a ATSC tuner in it to except over the air digital signal. The only way you will get digital reception is either from a HD Cable box with RGB outputs that plug into your RGB inputs, or being on Satellite connecting the same way. Seven years ago manufacturers never made it easy to understand and Salesmen only made it worse. So in short the term HDTV Ready meant it can, with a BOX.
It probably is see if you can align the convergence manually or auto if available, you can order just the convergence ic's or the convergence amp board, whichever you prefer. check pricing and availability. also check Blue crt for faded picture, usually dirty crt fluid, makes picture dark and discoloured. If it is you may need to replace the blue crt also. this gets a little expensive, again check pricing hope this gets you started RFT