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A 42 or 46'' Samsung picture shuts off but still has sound

If you turn it off and on it will come back on sometimes for awhile then does the same thing, Some days it works only having to do this once or twice other days it repeats this over and over,

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Remove all video inputs including hdmi if problem goes away. Determine what input is suspect and call smasung for a firmware upgrade. HDMI casued intermittant behavior with this series, but was sometimes seen on component video.

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