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If you're TV is under warranty call the Samsung.co.
If not than open the back of the TV and look at the motherboard and the power board for blown capacitor's swollen or broken off and replace those capacitor's you can use the same power capacitor or a higher power capacitor.
are you sitting on the remote under the couch cushion? haha. JK
other wise you have an issue with the motherboard, something burned out on the circuit board. Either take it apart and check the circuits, look for soldier melted down into a flat puddle or anything burnt. Usually a capacitor fried on the board.
Your question is totally unhelpful. What answer? What is the question? Older than what?
If you are looking for CPUs that support that motherboard, find out what socket that motherboard (AMD or INTEL) is using and then find the AMD or INTEL CPUs that mount to that socket. Easy.
Mine was doing the same thing Best buy Geek squad came out and after a while determined that by turning off the WiFi in the TV settings menu its works fine, so something is happening with the WiFi module in the TV which is on the motherboard, he ordered another motherboard and will be back this weekend to replace it, try it and see if that works.
Tv turn on.Power LED indication light on solid green,have picture.Only problems it wouldn't respond to any controls wright?It the Tuner signal motherboard board.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish Tuner signal board for the replacement.
It is most likely the vertical deflection IC has overheated and lost its soldering. If you open your TV up, it is a 10-15 pin in a row IC sticking out of the motherboard attached to a heatsink. It should be labeled "IC451." Give it a wiggle, see if it affects the picture, You may have to resolder them in place.
The IC may be hard to find, look for a peice of metal that is sticking out of the motherboard, attached to a small chip. I fixed a samsung tv that had it in the middle area.