Question about Samsung TXP3275H 32" TV

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On / Off problem

Just had the Samsung TXP3275H a little over a year now and the TV just started shutting off and turning on repeatately. I unplug the TV for several minutes and then turn it on again and it keeps shutting down immediately and then turning on again and it keeps repeating this. As soon as it turns on, it then shuts down and then turns on and then shuts down....... it never gets a chance for a picture to show up. What's the deal?

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  • Alan C Mar 11, 2008

    I have a Samsung TXR2765AX/XAA and it is doing the same thing. Checked my "Power" button and it is not stuck. TV comes on for a second then goes off again. This happens whether I use the remote control or the manual power button on the TV.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2008

    I have a samsung 27" HDTV CRT and it started to turn off automatically, when I turn it on it will turn on but last about 5 seconds enough for me to hear sound but no picture, when I leave it off or unplugged and it cools down I can then turn it back on, sometimes it will stay on for 20 min other times it will stay on for hours, not sure what to do about this it's an older TV but I dont' want to toss it I hope I can find a solution here.



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  • McGlynnzz Mar 30, 2008

    I have the TXP3275H that is 3 years old. It will not do anything. This TV was given to me by Samsung because I bought the STXN3298HF for $952.00, it died after 8 months. They could not repair it after one month of trying.

    I will contact Samsung but I have no faith in their products.


    jim

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I have a samsung 27" HDTV CRT and it started to turn off automatically, when I turn it on it will turn on but last about 5 seconds enough for me to hear sound but no picture, when I leave it off or unplugged and it cools down I can then turn it back on, sometimes it will stay on for 20 min other times it will stay on for hours, not sure what to do about this it's an older TV but I dont' want to toss it I hope I can find a solution here.

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  • nervouss Dec 01, 2008

    I have eventually called in the repairman on this and it's been about 8
    months since he has fixed it and the TV is still working fine . He
    told me this was a common problem whereby the solder neat the high
    voltage area on the board becomes cracked /weakened causing the voltage
    to fluctuate eventually causing the TV to shut off. All he had to do
    was reapply more solder to these high voltage points (near the power
    supply) and the Tv was fixed took him about 20 min cost me about $180,
    hope I can save you some money.

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YOUR ON/OFF BUTTON ON THE FRONT PANNEL IS STUCK
SOME HOW (PRESSED IN ) TY SOME WD40 ON IT . SEE IF THAT WORKS.

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