Question about Samsung Televison & Video
When i switch my tv off it is always in standby. is there a way to turn it off completely without switching off at mains
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: WONT TURN ON
Most likely, the problem is a defective Main Processor Board. This is the board with the antenna, RCA and HDMI plugs. You cant repair or replace component parts on this board, so dont even try. You must replace the complete board. The TV says Sylvania, but it is a bloody Funia TV. Several years ago this foreign company bought out broke-azzz Sylvania . They are still carrying the Sylvania name since Sylvania was a popular TV name in the 70s. Every electronic company in the USA is now owned by the Chinese, so call Funai and order the part from them. Dont be surprise if they dont have a clue what the heck you asking for. America and all electronics have gone to the puddles. Do you know why? GREED.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
First the main bd controls the "Turn on" sequences". When you press the Power on button the Main bd sends a "Turn on" signal to the Power supply. The clicking you hear is the Power on relay ativating. If the tv does not turn on and the relay keeps clicking then you might have a bad Main bd or there is s shorted board somewhere else in the set. The Power supply can also be bad. Have a trained Samsung tech troubleshoot the set.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Your power supply board needs to be REPAIRED not REPLACED, replacing the board will just make the problem happen again in two years or less, if you can use a screwdriver you can send me the board and I will repair it for less than it would cost you to do it yourself ($50) with the correct components. Email for further instructions! Cory Schindler firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 30, 2010
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