Samsung HDTV, model # txm2796hf, purchased fall 2002. We just moved the TV from New York to CT, and can't get it to turn on. When we first tried to turn it on, there was a green light, we turned off, then back on- and there was no green light ever again. The tv has been stored for a few months before being moved by us today. Any troubleshooting anyone can think of?
TOM2-TOM2 suggested that The Horiz Out Trans ''HOT'' #J6920 is shorted command for this unit replace with part # 0502-001230. Before you do that check the main fuse.
Where is the main fuse on this TV? I don't see any mention of it in the manual.
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Brenda gives birth to Willa. David and Keith and the boys move into the funeral home. Ruth moves to her sister Sarah's house. Federico and Vanessa purchase a different funeral home. Claire moves to New York even though the job offer which prompted her to leave falls through.On her way to New York, we see flashes of the future: Ruth and Bettina have opened a dog-day-care; Durrell watches David at work; Willa celebrates her first birthday; David and Keith get married; Ruth dying with George, David and Claire at her bedside; Claire marrying Ted; Keith killed in a robbery (also the name on the armored car was 'Charles Security'. So Keith wound up owning and operating his own bank security service); David dying on a family picnic, right after seeing a vision of young Keith smile at him; Federico dying on a cruise ship with Vanessa; Brenda dying as her brother Billy talks to her; and finally 102-year-old Claire dies in bed.
By the sound of it its a dead power supply im afraid :( It is very common for them models at that age very common... it may be cheaper to fix then buying a new one but ill let you decide that one but yea theres hundreds of people that have the same problem with them panasonic's bummer dude :(
Probably some component in the power supply. Look for a leaking or swollen capacitor. They can change value during operation unlike a diode or transistor that either works or does not work. U might even remove and test all caps in the PS area and replace any one that is questionable regarding its specs.
sorry to tell ya bro if your not a tech you cant fix it. You have to have a multimeter, a soldering iron, and a new flyback transformer as well as a new horiz. output transistor. You also will need to know how to unsolder solid state electronics, without messing up the board. This set will not be worth sending to a repair shop. Dude, this set has lived out its expected life expectancy. 4 years for a Samsung TV set is a long , long time! Put this set to rest and go out and buy another inexpensive set, as thats what a samsung is. They are made to last 2 to 3 years , and thats it!