Question about Samsung HCM5525W 55" Rear Projection Television
Grounding problem. Sometimes too much, sometimes too little, grounding is a hard one to wrestle to the ground. Due to the possibility of ground loops, too much grounding can be as bad as too little.
Try unhooking all your components and see which one causes this thing to happen when it's HU'd.
The most common offender is having cable hooked up, whose grounding can cause this phenom and also grounding hum in the audio. You can get an isolating filter for cable grounding that allows the cable signal to get thru without allowing the grounds to connect to each other. This usually solves the problem.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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