Question about Samsung LE32R73BD 32 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
The TV had been functioning fine we think. When the picture suddenly faded, we tried checking the settings, connections, all connected items such as DVD and DVR. They all played but with the picture so faded it is not watchable. We also did a picture reset, turned the power off, unplugged from power and nothing seemed to help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Best Picture Quality
Check this link out. I think it should give you all the info you need for optimal picture settings.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Your TV may have been put into shop
mode or demo mode.
How to get out of "Shop
1. Press [Source] to get to the Air or Cable input on the TV or TV remote
2. Press [Volume +] once on the TV itself (not the remote)
Next step must be completed while the volume bar is still on screen
3. Press and hold [Menu] on the TV itself (not the remote) for about 7 seconds
If the screen flashes "Dynamic Mode", the process worked
4. Finally check whether the Picture Mode is "Shop Mode" or not after passing "INFO" on Remote Control. If picture mode is still in “Shop Mode” try the alternative way below
Press [Source] on TV remote to get to the AIR or CABLE input
Press [Down Arrow] to highlight SETUP and press [Enter]
Press [Enter] again on PLUG AND PLAY
Wait 10 seconds
Press [Enter] to select ENGLISH (or choose an alternative language
Press [Right Arrow] to highlight HOME and press [Enter]
Press [Menu] repeatedly until you see the message ENJOY YOUR WATCHING
Confirm you are out of shop mode by pressing [Info] on the TV remote
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Not sure if this is the same problem, but I just moved and set up my Samsung 40" LCD and it has been going off and on by itself with the worst yesterday every 2-3 minutes. After speaking with a friend of mine who is not in the Tv business but just has good common sense, I determined it was likely a bad power strip. The bottom line is I replaced the crappy power strip (which was fully loaded with all 6 outlets in use) with the higher quality one I had in the other room. The problem is gone. I suspect the power strip was failing or real bad quality........try plugging the tv directly into the wall outlet first. hope this helped.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
SOURCE: Samsung LN-R408D - No Picture
My Mom's LNR408D also had sound but no picture. I was able to fix it by soldering in a jumper wire across a blown (1.5A ???) SMD picofuse on the "T-Con" board.
Consider attempting this ONLY if you: 0) Know enough to avoid the potentially fatal High Voltage parts of the power supply board!!!
1) Are a fearless hackazoid 2) know what you're doing with a soldering iron and teensie SMD parts 3) are gonna throw the busted thing out anyway so you have nothing to lose and won't be sad if you screw something up.
4) Know enough to avoid the potentially FATAL High Voltage parts of the power supply board!!!!!
This board is at the top center under a close fitting RF shield. The suspect part was labeled "CP" on the board and marked with "P" on the part. It is visible above the right-center of the connector from the main board. An ohmmeter showed it as open, so I bypassed it with a jumper wire from connector VIN to the hot side of C13. One image shows the suspect part and the jumper in place.
The other shows the TCON board placement top-center (under its RF shield). With care, it seems possible to test the fuse and put the jumper in place without removing the shield. (Obviously don't touch anything else with the VOM leads!)
Thanks to ZORBUS and Steve's TV and Electronics for the idea.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
I have a solution. My Samsung plasma had the same problem with the bottom half of the screen being black. Follow these directions and it will not cost you a dime, just some time. I took the back panel of the tv. I found the lower buffer board on the left hand side. I disconnect all the ribbon cables. Use an air cleaner to spray out any dust on the ribbon connection and the board. I connect the ribbons back to the board. My plasma is now as good as new. If you have issue with the top portion, do the same with the upper buffer board. I was going to buy a new tv but I'm glad I gave this a shot first. It's been almost a month and it's still working fine. Hope this helps and hope it saves you some money.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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