Question about Samsung Televison & Video
I am changing from a cable box to just basic cable and I have surround sound. my tv is hung on the wall and the cable was run through the wall into my cable box. now that I am getting rid of the box, the cable folks said I have to plug the cable directly into the tv. is there a different solution? or do I need to now take my tv off the wall, fish the cable back through the wall to the cable outlet and connect to the tv itself? please help. Thanks, Janet
Unfortunately Without the cable box you will have to screw the coax cable into the coax input on the tv or You can screw the coax cable into a vcr and then plug the Audio / Video RCA plugs from VCR out to TV RCA input (You will have to control the channels from the VCR and the volume from the TV remote)
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hdmi can only pass pcm 2.0 digital for the separate cables you may try to switch them to another output from the monitor to the receiver or if you can get your hands on a spd-if cable (one single fiberoptic cable that will go as high as 5.1 dolby surround)
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
I had the same problem and I replaced the t-con board. My t.v. is fixed!!!! I just couldn't see spending another 700.00 dollars for a repair shop to fix it. The t-con board is located at the top of the t.v. once you remove the back cover. Be very careful removing the two plugs at the top of the board which was easy once I figured out how the clips worked. there is a black lever like connection which flips up, then grip with your fingers the tab and slide the tape like wires straight out. The bottom plug is very simple. Also to expose the t-con board you will have to remove a heat shield cover. Once removed there is foil looking tape that needs to be peeled back to expose the board. The board is very sensitive to static electricity so if you have a grounding strap that you can strap to your wrist and ground to the frame while performing your repair. Its best to lay the t.v. face down on the kitchen table with a blanket to protect the screen. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
SOURCE: Black Screen
I have a Samsung HP5053 Plasma Flat Screen and there was a cracking noise and the picture clarity changed to dull. Does anyone else have information on recalls for this TV?
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
SOURCE: Sony LCD Problem...
My t.v. just went out as well...how convenient because my warrenty just went out a couple weeks ago. From what I have heard from many different repair people that the problem is with the power supply board. Since I also bought the tv from sears here is my plan. I puchased the new board through sony which is only $150. I am going to swap it out with the old one and pray for the best. I have talked to sears about getting the buyer protection for the tv after a year after i purchased it and they will charge you a higher price for the warranty as long as the tv is still functioning. If all goes well with the repair i will get sears on the phone instantly because a service guy has to come out and verify that it functions properly.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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