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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The remote should have TV, VCR, AUX and maybe CABLE buttons at the top, one of which will light up when any button is pressed. Since it is a universal remote, the button at top lights up to let you know what mode it is in. If the AUX button lights up when any button is pressed, it means the remote is currently set to the AUX mode. To set it back to TV, simply press the TV button at the top. This puts the remote back in the TV mode and the TV button should now light up when any button is pressed. If that works and you are using a cable box with that set, then make sure the TV is on channel 3 by pressing 3 ENTER.
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
SOURCE: Samsung TV remote control
I HAVE THE SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM.
Confirmed with Samsung tech support. Problem is with remote. to fix, simple take the batteries out of the remote. Press and hold the UP Volume button for 2 Mintues (no cheating, it has to be at least 2 minutes), this Reset's the Remote Control. Put the batteries back in. Bob's your uncle. all fixed.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
SOURCE: Please Help!!!
Alright, I've got a solution now. using the menu button on the TV, scroll down to the "7F..." option (using the volume down button on the menu screen). Then turn off the TV and turn it back on. It worked for me at least, good luck!
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Somebody put a lock on it. LOL There is several keys you can press together in all TV to go into service mode, I don't remember the one for that particular model. See if you can find it on the internet. Look at one of those television case history site. Some are free. Be carefull you don't adjust anything once in the service mode!! That is actually used by technicians only. A consumer would not have a clue what they are adjusting.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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