Question about Samsung Televison & Video
Hi please find above your user manual, for download. The instructions should be in the manual, to allow access to your service manual.
I doubt that it anything in the service menu will sort your problem out however. What is happening to your set, is to do with a problem with the horz scan circuitry, most likely it is a power problem, and the scan circuitry is being overdriven by a high voltage somewhere, or indeed an IC jungle chip partial failure, this can sometimes be caused by fault electrolytic capacitors on the screens Higher voltage side.. or dirty power supplying the PLL's/Oscillators.. but as usual it also could be one of many many other "causes" that produce the same or similar symptoms..
To track down the exact problem you will have to obtain a service manual. I have searched the net, but haven't been able to find one.. You may have to contact the manufacturer or an agent of Samsung, to obtain a copy.
Otherwise it is a problem for a serviceman, a repair like this IF straight forwards shouldn't cost much more than US$150.. incl parts.. However as with ALL electronic devices, ALWAYS ask for a "Quote" for the repair before allowing any repair work to commence.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
Before taking such a drastic measure as going into the service menus, which can erase the television's memory if not done correctly please make sure it is not the attached devices' fault. If you have a cable box or satellite receiver make sure that it is set to 1080i for resolution. Then find the hdzoom # or format or aspect button (is usually hd zoom #) on your cable remote. Press it until the picture is the right size. Try another device like a blu ray or dvd player and make sure zoom has not been selected on its remote control as well.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
You will have the option for the same in your remote. If you don't have your remote, you can do the same on the sides or rear portion of the T.V.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
1. the soda was a good choice for the smoke damage that you have experienced but
it is very difficult to remove smoke from the inside of a microwave or for that matter
and thing that has been heavily concentrated with smoke.
2. Lemon juice concentrated when applied to the walls and the floor of the oven will
curtail some of the smoke and break it down over time. It will take several coatings to
accomplish this. Lemon has a high citrus acid content and will break down the oils that
adhere to the walls of the oven. This is not a finale remedy I'm afraid. The oven is damaged
and I recommend a new one because constant cooking in this oven will induce chemicals
into your food that you prepare in it that may harm you later.
I recommend purchase of a new oven.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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