Question about Samsung LE26R73BDX 26 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
I followed your suggestion and it works! You certainly do push the
power buttons but I cannot remember the exact order.
I may have pressed them altogether, or in a quick sequence and it may have been in standby mode or switched on.
Fiddle with it, because it does work.
What will happen is that you will get a set of commands on the screen. Use the remote to get to RESET. At first I coudn't get this to work as I kept pressing the "enter" button in an attempt to select this option, but actually you just need to press the right arrow button to select it.
Reset comes into place. Wait a while and press a channel number, then just re-tune. You will have to re-tune anologue and digital. This works - please share with others. Eamonn
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
This worked for me as described in the original post.
Thank You ever so much, it saved me a lot of hassle trying to organise someone to come out and fix it.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
The above solution works brilliantly, but be warned, SAMSUNG do not recommend untrained people access this set up menu. Incautious use can screw up system totally. They claim.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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ensure the tv is in analogue mode, not dtv and turn it off. with the remote: press info then, menu, then mute then power. these buttons need to be pressed sequentially not all at the same time and in quick succession. a menu will appear on the tv. navigate to the reset option and press the left arrow key on the remote (or press the enter/ok button) the tv will reset itself and turn off. turn the tv back on & it'll re tune all its channels. DTV should be working again.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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