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My bluray Samsung does not get on. Earlier when on I could hear a small sparkling sound from the TV and when I swtched the player off and on this sound used to go. What may have gone wrong?

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Sounds like a connection problem. If possible use a different HDMI-cable and make sure the ends are firmly in place. Try another HDMI connection on the TV if there is one.

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