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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samsung tv model HLN437W
first you want to check the lamp, if you see the set from the front you want to go to the left side(on the side not the back) and you will see on the side lamp cover only one screw remove it and you will be able to see the back of the lamp 2 screws take lamp out and inspect it , if bad replace it. some sets will have lamp part number on the side also.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Hi, you have one of two problems, either the color wheel is going or one of the cooling fans are going, the color wheels are a very common problem in samsung dlp`s, sorry I can`t nail it to a specific part but I`d bet it`s the color wheel as they are notorious for failing in samsungs, video-tek
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Since your tv is a new model it will be IN Warranty. Call 1-800-Samsung and they will set up a service call and send your ticket to a Qualified ASC in your area. Ask if they can send a Samsung Field Engineer to repair your tv. They are nmch more highly trained and you will have a better repair experience.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
My Samsun DLP turned off and “Screen Freeze”. Fixed it. How? Well, after reading lots of posts I almost purchased a new $136 bulb but decided to give it one more look. Turns out there’s a small switch inside the TV that needs to be depressed at all times. Samung put this switch there to turn the TV off if the rear panel is removed to protect people from harmful UV radiation. I just moved into a new apartment so it must have become unsettled.
I took my back plate off, pushed the button up and down several times then carefully replaced the panel. Note, the panel has a sort of plastic finger jutting out. Make sure this finger is firmly pressing the switch down. If not, wrap some tape around it to make the finger fatter. Dude, use black electrical tape so you don’t start a fire, OK?
So, my TV came back on and I danced a little jig in the living room. Then I started switching channels and everything froze when I got to channel 68. This didn’t look good. I read more posts about people getting this and simply returning the TV. Oh no! Well, I unplugged the TV several times and got bupkis. Frustrated, I finally pulled the power strip off the wall and plugged the TV into the wall. I got a blue screen and when I switched the channel back to 5 it started working. Danced a little jig. Plugged the antenna power into the wall, got better reception, channel surfed to 68 again (don’t ask), and got screen freeze . . yet again. Why? Unplugged the TV several times and got bupkis.
Then the bulb in my head finally went on. My Samsun does NOT like channel 68 but I could NOT get it back to channel 5. Every time I plugged the TV back in it turn on at channel 68 and froze. Ah, unplugged the antenna again, got the blue screen . . again . . and I was able to change the channel back to 5. Danced a little jig.
Hope this helps sooooooomeone.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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