Hi! I have a Samsung HT-TZ315R home theater system and hve just purchased the wireless module due to the wife not liking the wires to the rears going around a wooden floor.!!!
It all connected as text book and appeared to work fine until during watching a film the rear speakers went extremely loud without notice and hissed then went back to normal. This happened several times and it appears to be interference...? I have disconnected our wireless broadband hub, digital phones, Disabled bluetooth on phones but still get this problem, is this a known fault or do i have a broken module...?
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This means that its lost the connection to the wireless transmitter, the error means Rear CHK or check hence RCHK. Seems that if the unit is not quite in line of sight the connection can be flaky. I would check the positioning of the reciever. Try moving it, see if you cant get a better connection.
With the home theater system off, press the 0-1-3-5 buttons in that order on the home theater's remote control.
Power on the home theater system.
With the wireless module on, press the [ID SET] button on the back of the wireless module for five seconds.
If your home theater continues to display rear check after you have tried the steps above, call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864). Have your model number and serial number on hand to set up service.
swa-4000 wireless module isn't compatible with htz310. You need to buy Samsung's swa-3000 to work with your htz310. I had the same problem. It tells you in your owners manual under conectivity where it explains about hooking up a wireless module(pg.55-60). I hope this helps.
I have had the same problem with the wireless unit and thought the same, it didn't work. The way to fix this is simple. You need to do the 0, 1, 3, 5 on the remote and turn on the home theatre system on the main switch on the front panel (as I was doing this on the remote, and it was failing). The blue light should then stay illuminated. If not just switch the main on/off button again, and it shoud work.
turn the main dvd player off, and press 0,1,3,5 on your remote, then turn on the player and the rear wireless receiver at as close to the same time as you can. should then light up the blue "link" light permanently.
I was having poor audio from the back speakers and didn't even know it; intermittently I'd hear them jump in volume, so myself being a little adventurous, decided to push the ID set button on the back, totally losing my ilnk... after digging and playing, I figured it out:
1.) Turn off the Head (main) Unit
2.) Power on the wireless receiver, being sure it is away from routers, other BT devices, etc.
3.) Push the "ID Set" button on the back of the wireless device and hold it until the lights on its front panel flash.
4.) Point the system's remote control at the Head Unit and punch in 0135. Its light should turn from red to blue.
5.) Perform step 3 again.
6.) Power on the head unit.
Should link up.
Might be some redundancy there, but it works :)
Also I found that after a few cycles It seemed to work better (perhaps cycled to a better channel?)