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TV problem After turning on the TV and awaiting the unit to warm up, at the point of when the monitor should be displaying the picture, instead of connecting the 3 Red vertical lights flash on the right hand side of the unit flash & then if remote pressed again the bottom light changes to amber but still does not connect, NB I've checked the Osram Lamp & special Fuse both of which are OK. However, I've had to change the fuse several times over the last couple of months. Can you please help ?? Kind Regards Jim Carroll

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  • jimmy mac May 30, 2008

    Ginko,
    Thanks for your response.
    It's a Sagem HD-D45S rear projection model (not listed on FixYa website)
    Also, how do you perform a convergence set up procedure ??
    Regards
    Jimmy Mac

  • jimmy mac May 30, 2008

    Hi jigeo,
    Thanks for your response.
    The monitor is not displaying any picture & so I'm unable to reset factory loading

  • jimmy mac May 30, 2008

    Hi jigeo,
    Thanks for your response.
    The monitor is not displaying a picture & so I'm unable to reset factory loading, but Thanks again for your input.
    Regards
    Jimmy Mac

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Possible lamp light error. The following are directions for resetting a Samsung;
Begin with the TV powered off.
Point your remote towards your TV.
Press:
Mute + 1 + 8 + 2 + Power.
Your TV set should now say “Loading Factory”.
Browse down to “Option” then press Enter (or the right cursor button).
NOTE: The Mute+1+8+2 buttons needs to be pressed down consecutively and fairly quickly. If your TV does not enter the service menu after using this combination, you can subsitute MENU instead of MUTE. This seems to work for some sets. Also, the right cursor arrow also acts as the ENTER button, so try it if you’re having difficulty with the ENTER button.
To exit the service menu, hit press the EXIT button or just turn off your TV (remember not to turn on your TV immediately afterwards!).

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    Jill George May 30, 2008

    Did you change out the lamp or just the fuses? Try removing the fuse and then restart. You'll get the same error signals etc Then put the new fuse in again and restart.

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What is exactly the tv model, it is traditional rear projection or what

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    Ginko May 30, 2008

    If it is projection tv, like in titles, it is a convergence problem. You need to start by performing a convergence setup service procedure, if this still does not work you may need to replace the convergence ICs (after testing them) , or to replace the whole convergence board.
    If it is LCD or plasma it is a different matter.

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