Question about Televison & Video
I have a Samsung DLP HL-R5067W and it was working fine until there was a blackout in my neighborhood. Then all of a sudden, after the electricity went back on, all of the AUDIO VIDEO ports wouldn't work. (Though my digital cable on the HDMI port worked perfectly fine.) I'd plug in a component such as a DVD player or a PS2 and it would connect fine except that the video output would come out green with shaky horizontal lines. And this happens with all 3 of the A/V ports on the TV. I've checked the ports with several different component devices and they all do the same thing.
Since I cannot troubleshoot the set I do know that the Analog bd or the Digital bd or both are bad. Since you had a power outage I really suggest replaceing both parts. You can purchase both parts and install one part at a time until you fix the problem if you feel confident enough to do it your self. If you use one part only then return the unsed part for a refund. Other wise you need a trained Samsung tech to test both parts. There are two Digital bds for this model. Digital bd part#s are BP94-01859F AND BP94-02084A. The Analog bd is a BP94-02049E. The only to tell which Digital bd you have is to remove the rear cover and look at the big shiny silver bd on the left side of the set on the bottom. You might have to remove both the Digital and Analog bd in the metal cage they are in to get the part number. But look for the number on the front of the Digital bd first before removing.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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