Question about Samsung 32 in. LCD Monitor TV
First thing to do is to hook up a DVD player or a External Antenna and see if you can get a picture with sound. This will isolate the tv from the computer. If you get a picture then the fault is with the computer. If you cannot get any picture or even the OSD (On Screen Display Menu) then you either have a bad Main bd or a bad T-Con bd.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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