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There is no signal on the video out line on any source.

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You must set your background options to the source you want to use. aux1 aux2 ect
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I signed on last night, asked a couple of questions, but the info sent to my e-mail didn't have anything to do with the questions I asked. Noticing in the forum, several people has the same problem:...


Howdy Mike-d. here, mikedee4@gmail.com
Hi CindyCee,

I have tried to post solutions, but they seem to be too long, so I will have to post more than once to get the info to you.

First part- the "Line-In" Video Source thing many people are having fun with. Try these options from the Samsung FAQs website.:

How Do You Switch Video Sources? spacer.gif Depending on the model TV you have, there are up to four ways to change the video source:
  • Through the on-screen menu controlled by your remote
  • Through the on-screen menu accessed through the Menu button on your TV's front panel
  • Through the TV/Video, TV/Component, or Source button on your remote
  • Through the TV/Video or Source button on the front panel of your TV
Your TV could provide any combination of these methods. Instructions for all the methods are below
Changing the Source Using the On-Screen Menu Controlled By Your Remote To use the on-screen menu of your TV controlled by your remote to change video sources, follow these steps:
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  5. Press the Up or Down arrow button on your remote to select the signal source, and then press the Enter button on your remote.
  6. Press the Exit button on your remote to exit.
Changing the Source Using the On-Screen Menu Accessed Through the Menu Button On The Front Of Your TV To use the on-screen menu of your TV accessed through the Menu button on the front of your TV to change video sources, follow these steps:
  1. Turn on your TV.
  2. Press the Menu button on the front of your TV. The Main Menu appears.
  3. Use the Up or Down Ch button on the TV to select Input, and then press the - or + Vol button. The Input menu appears.
  4. Use the Up or Down Ch button on the TV to select Source List, and then press the - or + Vol button.
  5. Press the Up or Down Ch button on your TV to select the signal source, and then press the - or + Vol button.
  6. Press the Menu button to exit.
Changing the Source Using the TV/Video or Source Button On Your Remote To use your remote to change the video source, follow these steps:
  1. Turn on your TV.
  2. Press the TV/Video or Source button. The current source appears on the TV screen.
  3. Press the TV/Video or Source button repeatedly to cycle through the available sources. Stop when you reach the source you want.
Changing the Source Using the TV/Video or Source Button On The Front Of Your TV To use the TV/Video or Source button on the front panel of your TV to change the video source, follow these steps:
  1. Turn on your TV.
  2. Press the TV/Video or Source button on the front of your TV. The current source appears on the TV screen.
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