Question about Samsung LN32B360 32 in. LCD HDTV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you cant force updates, and they may never be another update. updates are only made when there is a problem with the software in the tv
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
If your TV is staying on and you hear audio after the picture goes dark, then you have a problem with a CCFL or the inverter circuitry that drives them.
Most likely an inverter problem.
Like a bad xformer (usually fogged up plastic wrapper)
Or a bad cap (bulged, swollen, cracked)
Or maybe a shorted IC or transistor (test for short circuit between the different pins of the device)
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
More than likely, like me you have your Picture set to Dynamic mode and the backlight at 100%, maybe even DNR activated.
Here is what you do. Keep trying to turn the TV on, evertually it WILL come on, sometimes it might take 100 attempts over a couple of days. Once you get the TV to come on, do the following.
Each and every time BEFORE you turn off the LCD, change the picture back to Standard mode and turn off Digital NR and turn off DNIe, also turn the backlight to the lowest setting. The Standard mode will remember the backlight, DNR and DNIe values. You'll just have to change between Dynamic and Standard in the future after power up.
If you do this everytime you turn off the set, it will probably always turn right back on for you.
The Cause: The t-con board does not stay at 100% performance over time. It is susceptible to decay in performance due to heat damage. The t-con board runs hot to begin with, it runs hotter the more that is demanded from it by maxing out the video image settings. The t-con board also sits directly above the hot power supply and the processor on the t-con board has virtually no heat sink.
Lowering the video settings at startup allows the t-con board to function.
Samsung should probably release a firmware that throttles the video settings at startup
Let me know how this works for you so we can save you some money if possible.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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