Question about Samsung Televison & Video
This is very common to a number of Samsung models built at the same time as yours and using the same in-built Freeview receiver.
There is no fix, the built in receiver is simply incompatible with the most recent updates to Freeview (as happened to many external boxes) and cannot be modified, the only puzzle is the length of time that your receiver kept going for. If your tv has a warranty still then you may wish to see if the fault is covered.
Without a warranty, all you can do is continue to use an external Freeview receiver. They're usually better quality anyway, and are easy to replace when they go wrong or become out of date.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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