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I have a Samsung LN-R328W on which the HDMI port came loose. I think I've been able to set it back in (I took the back off and re-attached the HDMI assembly) but it doesn't seem all that sturdy. What can I use to make sure this stays in place on the circuit board?

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Hd EZ lock may work. It's a Universal HDMI Cable Locking Adapter that acts as a cable lock and strain relief by supporting your HDMI Cable from the chassis (either with the existing screw or with the supplied 3M VHB adhesive), thus eliminating the stress on your HDMI Input and keeping your HDMI Cable in place.

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Try some epoxy.

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What's the source of the signal for the LN-R328W. The mode not supported message shows up when the source signal is not compatible with the TV. For example: if the source is a computer, use a different monitor to make sure that the refresh rate is 60Hz. Next, turn on the TV and set it to the VGA source before you turn on the computer. (Most modern computers will then see the TV as a monitor and set the correct resolution.) Note: this TV can't support an HDMI signal from a computer. (The signal is different than that for a Blu-ray player or HD set-top box.)
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Here's a possibility from http://www.samsung.com/us/support/faqs/supportFaqList.do?group=&type=&subtype=&model_nm=LN-S4696D&dType=D&mType=UM&vType=R&prd_ia_cd=02010100&acc_ia_fl=&disp_nm=LN-S4696D
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For information about individual Samsung LCD TVs with HDMI 1.3 interfaces and HDMI-CEC, click HERE. When the Samsung LCD TV web page appears, select the TV model you want information about by clicking the drop down list under Product Finder on the left side of the page.
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