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its a smart tv it will have an optical plug in. I have a samsung sound bar and a 50" LG the samsung has a optical input on it. look on the back of the sound bar you will see two spots that have a rubber flap on it and say optical on it
go into printer properties and change the setting....you probably are using an after-market cartridge...they are notorious for being too dark....even if that is not the case, go to printer properties and change the setting....if there is no slide bar for heavy to light, then clik on toner saver, it should print lighter than it does now
can you go to bios? load default setings in bios, or optimized settings, then try... when something like that happens i usully pull out batery on mother board, than wait about few seconds and pul it back in... bu that is to much work. try above,, and let me know
If under warranty then of course use that. This is a display problem. One solution someone knowledgeable in electronics can try. This problem can be caused by a bad connection fitting of the flat cables on LCD controller board. Dis-connect the flat cables from the LCD controller(T-CON) and carefully reconnect them. Try the unit before reassembling the back cover. You may have to disconnect/reconnect several times to show improvements if this is the problem.