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My unit flashes "fan check" and keeps shutting itself off

My unit keeps flashing "fan check" & shuts itself off

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  • kakima Mar 30, 2014

    What model Samsung unit?

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    Teah Kish Mar 30, 2014

    HT-BD2E

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Try to plug it off then look at back and try to blow to your fun or try to spin it with something a bit and plug in it back it should work and do not keep your fun to close to wall or cables

Posted on Mar 31, 2014

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