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Press front power button and "lamp" light begins to blink. picture appears for about 2 seconds before image freezes and then tv turns off again. A few seconds later it powers back on by itself, "lamp" light is no longer on but same thing happens with the image. set turns on and off intermittently until ou unplug it. Sound is fine when image is on. I have no remote so I need help with how to troubleshoot this with the button on the set. Thanks for your help!

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You can start by contacting Samsung tech support

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