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Prior to the Windows splash screen do you see graphical issues ( black background, white writing, or bios splash screen) if you don't then the problem is with windows and will need to be reinstalled. Samsung ship laptops with a windows cd and is a fairly basic wizard. If you don't know how to do this google is full of guides. If you however see graphical problems right from turning the laptop on then there is likely to be a hardware fault straight from the factory. Contact Samsung and they will repair / replace the laptop through warranty. I have seen several Samsung laptops brand new from the box do this and It turned out to be a hardware issue and was replaced on warranty. Good luck.
When was last time you replaced Lamp? Ballast Board is what powers the lamp on.
Lamp Fan, if it is defective it will shut lamp off to protect it, if it is Not cooling the Lamp.
Mats has Lamps for $99.00 1-800-628-1118
Encompass Parts Distribution has 10 Ballast Boards in Stock for $68.96 they also list Service Manual Free for this Model# 1-800-638-3328
the problem comes from the led film behind the screen. There is absolutly nothing you can do about it now. When you got your fingers all over the screen by sliding it, it starts to break. It isn't going to get better, probably only going to get worse. the only thing that you can do is buy anotherone im afraid
I have a Samsung 50" plasma, that has been blacking out over the last 6 months. A 9/2005 set. Now its practically unwatchable as it happens 3 times in an hour. Its not heat related - I have a high volume 9" fan activated on TV power on. Turning the set offf/on usually makes it come back for a now short while. Considering to go put it in the back of my pickup and park it in front of Best Buy and discourage Samsung purchases. This is the 2nd Samsung TV I've purchased (the other a 32" tube) I gave to my folks a couple years ago and its gone bad as well. Samsung product may look good, but their video engineers are not.