Question about Samsung TXR3079 TV
I've had this tv (Samsung TXR3079) for only barely 2 years. About 3 weeks ago it started making these loud noises in the back of the tv whenever i turned it on. Sometimes it goes away in 5 minutes sometimes goes in 20 min, then sometimes it comes back a few minutes later. Then a couple of days later it stopped making these noises. now almost a month has passed and these noises started again, it's quite annoying and i'd like to know how to get rid of it if anyone could help, thx.
P.S. i should also mention it started making these soft hums or buzzing sound about a year ago and it would go away after about 5 min of having the tv on, but i didn't bother with it, since it wasn't that loud and it would go away eventually.
Sounds like the yoke on us. yoke is what makes that nosie.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
Stuck in the same situation. I will never by a Samsung product again!
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
Got the same problem with my second TX-S3082WH Slimfit...the first had the same problem...it was deemed unrepairable and I was advised to return it to Circuit City...now a year and five months later Samsung support has been less than helpful as I am 5 months out of warranty...don't know what I'm going to do...any advice would be appreciated
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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