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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try swapping some cables around, like the skart lead from the dvd(if scart) for the cable one, if the picture problem swaps with the lead then thats the problem. If it doesn't try settings on the cable and tv, if the cable is sending nvbs signals and the tv is set to pal then this can also occur.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Its a long shot but try this,
It can cause problems when you switch set to & from stand bye.
Check that you are viewing a digital TV channel
Enter the menu and navigate to:
Setup > System > Software Upgrade > Standby Mode upgrade
Change the setting to Off.
I cant gteee that this will sort your problem out so post here if it doesnt & I will check samsung data base.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
You have to switch the Television to the correct input line. This can be done by pressing an Input, or AV of function button on the television remote control.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
House stray AC 60hz signal is getting into the cable b/c the shield is not properly grounded. Call the cableguy
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Mitsubishi WD-60737.
Hello lily liver,
The problem with the television not being able to receive signal from the remote seems not to be too strange a problem as these devices can come up with mind bursting problems.
The problem with the television simply is from the sensor of the television. There is a metal that holds the televisions sensor so as for it to be able to receive signal from the remote. The metals could be rusty and break off the position where it is meant to be and would be having partial contact on the main board of the television.
The entire control panel is also linked to this sensor board, that is why it acts funny once in a while. The best thing to do is to have the control panel on the television replaced as well as the sensor light on the television. It is no longer receiving signal properly from the remote.
Resetting the television could last only for a period of time, therefore, the lasting solution to the problem is simply for you to have the control panel of the television replaced as well as the remote sensor that is in the television.
The solution to the problem is simply for you to replace the control board and the sensor of the television. That would solve the problem for you.
Hope this information was helpful in solving the problem. All the best Elect_Comp
Posted on Sep 02, 2011
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May 28, 2012 | Apex Digital LD4088 LCD TV
Get some double-screened satellite cable and fit a female TV plug to it (or a male plug with an adapter). Connect it to RF Output 2 at the rear of your Digibox. Fit a TV plug to the other end and plug it into your TV.
Temporarily disconnect the aerial feed from the Digibox aerial socket. Switch the Digibox on to get a picture on your main TV. The Sky Digibox normally sends its signal out on UHF channel 68 so go to the second TV and tune it to 68 (or tune it till it finds the Sky picture).
Now plug the aerial cable back into the Digibox. If there is now interference on the Sky picture on the second TV (or on the terrestrial channels) your Sky signal on 68 is causing interference. Press [services] 401 [select]* and set the RF output to a different UHF channel number. You need to connect it via a Scart lead on your main TV in order to see the menu.
*In the new EPG (April 2009) it's [services] 001 [select]
Try each RF output channel number in turn (21 - 69) and retune the second TV until you get clean pictures on the terrestrial channels and the Sky channel. Also check the picture from the VCR (if connected).
This is just a brief overview. If you need a real in-depth explanation you should read the "Piping TV Around the House" Ebook by satcure.
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