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Picture blanks out when changing channels from direct tv input

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If it is just a momentary blank out then that is normal dpending more on your signal and so on and not as much the tv. If it blanks out and stays off then you have a problem with the reciever section and should contact Samsung or the store for repair information.

Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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