Question about Samsung LE40R72BDX 40 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
I bought an HD samsung tv a little over a year ago, and recently, pretty much every time i turn it on, the pixels seem scattered all over the tv, moving around, i dont get what the problem it, its not the cable, because the pixels remain with or without cable, and they stay on when im playing my ps3, when i turn it on and off numerous times, sometimes it goes back to normal, but now its gotten really bad, can anyone help me out?
Is it a Plasma Television? I recently had a customer have the same issue with a 2 year old model Samsung 50" plasma TV. In his case one Of the computer panels failed. He didn't have a service plan and the warrenty was out, so i directed him to Samsungs help line. They inturn directed him to a authorized repair center. Repairs were roughly $800. Thats a possibility but it may not be the same as your issue. Try leaving your TV running for a little while when it has the issue, and see if it eventually goes away. Some older plasma models have started to require a warm up time for the pixel cells. This has been a down fall of plasma that for the most part no longer exists on newer models.
I hope eveything works out.
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Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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