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Samsung ln46c630 no backlights.stand by light comes on.when I turn on tv I get 5 blinks.on power board I do not get any stand by volts until I turn on tv(5.3volts.)has sound.


Those blinks are fault indications. From the number of blinks occur at one time switch on, you can get an idea about the faulty circuit stage inside it. If you wish to get more details visit the site linked here. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Blinking codes details of many popular brand sets are given.

Feb 22, 2017 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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Why does the volume go up or down by itself as well as the tv turns on and off and changes changes by itself?


Sounds like main power regulator board fault. Contact any service technician. This is not a user repairable fault. Gopakumar Gopalan Google

May 03, 2014 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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Samsung ln46c630 turns on but no picture


Check and replace the back-light inverter board. It is faulty. There is no back-light now. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" will make surf easy.
http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

Feb 14, 2014 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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Turns on & off & volume Goes from 0 to 100 to o all at radom


Reset your tV to fatory defaults. If this do not help you, check and replace its main system memory IC. Contact any experienced service technician.

Jun 07, 2012 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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Need owners manual for flat screen samsung LN32B36065D. having problems with televsion. no manual with tv when purchased.


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To which model Samsung TV do you want to get the user manual? You have here stated two models of Samsung. If it is for Samsung LN46C630; I've the manual with me. If you send your email address to me, I'll send a copy of it to you by return mail. There is no model Samsung LN32B36065D with Samsung website. OK.

Jun 15, 2011 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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We purchased a Samsung LN46C630 less than a year ago. Within four months we noticed that the speakers would fade away and return at sporadic intervals, some quite long. Since then it seems to getting...


THE PANEL THAT DARKENS IS A DEFECTIVE PANEL TRY LIGHT PRYING TWO OPPOSED DIAGONAL CONERS OF THE TV WILL ITS DARK IF YOU MANADGE TO GHANGE THE IMAGE QUALITY PANEL IS DEFECT FOR AUDIO EITHER ITS THE SOURCE THE MAIN BOARD OR SPEAKERS

Mar 27, 2011 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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It is normal for Samsung ln46c630's red light to blink twice before it turns on? Im just worried and want to see if i should exchange it. After it blinks twice it will turn on and stay on so no problems...


If you're hooked up to cable, it could just be detecting the cable feed during those flashes. However, I'm not sure what your setup is, and if this is normal, so just to play it safe, I would contact Samsung support to let them know this is happening, in case, later on, there is a related problem. Here's Samsung's support site:
Perhaps some other tech on this site will know the answer, but I'd let Samsung at least know what's going on.

Dec 21, 2010 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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I have a samsung LN46C630K1 and the picture flashes between a black screen and horizontal colored bars. Cannot access the menu or tools menu. Does anyone know what the problem is?


The tv Tuner signal board is the cause and it is dying.That the board,that take in the incomming broadcasting signal cable plug into it.U have some machanials skills,like taking things aparts and put it back together again?Yes.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish Tuner signal board for the replacement.

Nov 17, 2010 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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Red Tint on Screen


This is normal and is a color calibration issue.

For correct color, NEVER use the "WARM" setting. Why? Too red. You cannot get REALISTIC or ACCURATE color using the "Warm" setting.

Since we are speaking of Samsung, first avoid the "Flesh Tone" adjustment. When things are set correctly there is no need for this adjustment. It is a quick fix and not for the "discerning eye".

1. First, access the "Color Temperature" menu. From here select "Cool2" or the coolest temperature setting.

Note: For Samsung use "Cool2", or if not available, "Cool1". Samsung has inadvertently increased calibration confusion by issueing TVs that have just "Cool1", and TVs that have both "Cool1" and "Cool2" :0[

For other brands, use "Cool", or "High", or "+6500k". Anything lower artificially reddens the picture and compromises detail.

2. Now return to the color settings and reduce "Color" to between 30 and 40 (on a 100 scale). The sweet spot is just near the place where the color rapidly washes out.

3. To round out the color palette, move to the "Tint" adjustment and ADD a couple (3-5) clicks to the GREEN.

Adding the touch of green is what is needed to take out the last bit of "pink" and will make all the tones and all colors display properly.

I hope this helps!

To further increase the quality of your picture visit
http://www.wowvision.tv/main.htm

Highdefjeff :0]



Jun 15, 2010 | Samsung LN46C630 TV

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PICTURE IN PICTURE (PIP)


Samsung say;
The feature only works on the AV/PC channels and not on a single tuner (digital or analogue) and only if your AV source (Sky Box/Freeview/Dvd ect.) is connected to the TV by way of the RGB or HDMI connections.
Good Luck

Nov 06, 2007 | Televison & Video

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