Question about Samsung SPN4235 42 in. Plasma HDTV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samsung Plasma TV
from the model number you have a 42" set,,the v_set and v_scan voltages need to be set 15vdc lower..this should take care of it,,if not then the plasma panel is bad
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
SOURCE: Samsung Plasma TV
I have been having the exact same problem. TV on for 30 min with terrible static, then all of a sudden it is perfect again. I've also inherited a bit of a humming noise from the tv as well. It was suggested to me in this forum to have a tech come and adjust the v_scan and v_set settings down a few mhZ. No idea what this means, but I assume it's a power setting and the tech will be able to take care of this. I will post my results when i have the tech in.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
SOURCE: Blue Bleeding on Plasma Screen
I was having some increasingly severe pixilation on the left side of my 42" Samsung plasma. After reading this thread, i took off the back of the panel. I cleaned all vents but made no adjustments as i could not find what i needed to adjust. The only other change i made was i unplugged the TV from my surge protector that had 7 other things plugged into it and plugged it straight into the wall. After turning the TV back on, i was pleasantly surprised to find that the problem was fixed. I'm not sure if the vents were blocked & it was over heating or if i had interference through my surge bar, but i do know i am more then happy that it is fixed!
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
SOURCE: 50 " Samsung Plasma TV
Get the tech supplier to tell to the manufacture and the store what he told you.
Physical damage on any electronic device is very hard to have serviced under warranty. I have never seen a plasma display crack on its own. But, anything can happen.
I once saw a man drop a newly bought plasma TV in a parking lot outside from where he bought it and the screen broke. He never even made it home from the store!
Maybe you should contact a lawyer or someone who can give you legal advice about how to proceed with this. In different countries and different states the consumer protection laws are different.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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