Question about Samsung 46 UN46D7000 3D LCD TV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Trouble connecting DVD
NEWER TV SETS REQUIRE THE RIGHT CABLES, USE S-VIDEO OR AN HDMI CABLE WILL SOLVE ANY PROBLEM
ALSO SOME T.V SETS ARE JUST LIKE THE PLUG AND PLAY YOU HAVE WITH COMPUTERS, ONCE THE RIGHT CABLE IS CONNECTED AND YOU CHANG TV INPUT FROM YOUR REMOTE IT WILL PICK UP YOUR DVD
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: samsung tv turning off by itself
I had a similar problem where my 61" Samsung DLP was turning itself off very frequently I had resolved to try replacing the bulb. I called a local TV repair place to see if they had my buld in stock. The guy I spoke to actually told me how to fix my problem! There is a little blue switch behind the bulb access door. The inside of the door has a little piece that presses the switch down. The switch is supposed to work correctly weather the switch is in the up or down position but samsung forgot to take expansion from heat into account. If the switch is held in the upper position by the door and the plastic expands to a certain point, it triggers the set to shut off. This does not occur of the switch is held in the lower position. What you need to do is take the access door off and put it back on by sliding it into position from above. That will hold the switch in the down position, eliminating the problem. My set has not **** itself off ever since.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Make sure you set the laptop to display at a resolution the TV can display, it seems best to start with 1024x768 then work up.
If you are using a VGA - HDMI converter it is possible you will not get a picture.
You should be able to set the laptop to 1024 x 768, plug it into the TV, select PC input on the TV remote, and the picture should appear.
If not, then check you have the monitor output on the laptop switched on, test it with another monitor to be sure.
If all the above still fails to work, and you've checked the cable the TV has a fault.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
I had the same issue with my laptop after I upgraded my video driver. Check on the Toshiba website for the correct display driver for your laptop and download it. Follow their directions and install it on to your hard drive. If it is the same driver that came with your laptop originally, the default settings should allow you to connect back to your LCD TV and get the proper display. If that doesn't work you will probably have to call Toshiba support and ask them for the default settings.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Why do you use VGA-HDMI cable? This TV works fine with VGA cable - it has VGA plug.
Or if your notebook has DVI output, then you can use DVI/HDMI cable and connect it to the TV to plug named DVI/HDMI (only one HDMI input is marked as DVI on TV).
I suppose that over HDMI the TV supports only some standard resolutions, but over VGA it supports almost every resolution laptops use. You can find supported resolutions for each input in the TV manual. Try setting the same resolution on the laptop.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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