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I fell asleep with a DVD going.... When I woke up an hour and a half or so later, I could hear the DVD select screen playing for the movie but my screen was black. Turned the tv off still no screen. Unplugged tv and plugged it back up ,still no screen. I can hear my direct tv or any DVD I put in fine, but my screen is solid black. Any suggestions? Tv is 3 days old.

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  • adam_bucklin Apr 07, 2009

    Samsung gave me an exchange TV LN46B550.  It to went black after just three days.  Sound only.  This is the second exchange TV samsung has given me.  I will never buy anything samsung again!  
    The usual scenario is that the tech will come out see that it's not working and guess at which part he will order.  The part comes in 2-3 weeks later, the TV still won't work.  Then I usually wait 2 months or so until samsung decides to send a new TV that will break within the first two weeks I have it.

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Check your video input cord could be a dfective cord are you using different audio cords or using hdmi?

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