Question about Samsung Televison & Video
My samsung tv is stuck in mode not supported model number LN-R328W
What's the source of the signal for the LN-R328W. The mode not supported message shows up when the source signal is not compatible with the TV. For example: if the source is a computer, use a different monitor to make sure that the refresh rate is 60Hz. Next, turn on the TV and set it to the VGA source before you turn on the computer. (Most modern computers will then see the TV as a monitor and set the correct resolution.) Note: this TV can't support an HDMI signal from a computer. (The signal is different than that for a Blu-ray player or HD set-top box.)
For game stations, you may need to check the manual for the box to set the resolution for your TV.
I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i fixed it, on the PS3 u hold the power Button while holding then Switch the power button on on the back for like 10 sec and it resets the picture settings to default
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
Multiple color lines around the image is most likely the convergence is off. from the menu find the option for convergence
follow the adjustment prompts. if that don't work the board has two IC's that are probably bad
Posted on May 09, 2008
Sounds like a bad connection on a ribbon cable or plug comming or going to the LCD display. This is something you should not try to fix as these circuits are very very fradgile and you can easily break or tear a ribbon cable . Call the manufacturer to get a tech to assit you. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 06, 2006
with the PC input or analog SVGA the only 16:9 resolution it supports is 1920x1080, which can be difficult for some older systems to handle. However, on HDMI it should support all the standard HD resolutions.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
SOURCE: Loose HDMI Connection
Dont use the HDMI connection OR replace the main board. Its directly soldered to the main board. The back should come off IF you have removed ALL the screws and the little screws things that hold on the VGA connections etc. There are also some obscure screws holdin the back on.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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