Question about Samsung Televison & Video
It looks like you started out with an intermittent solder connection which may have been fairly easy to find early on. Now, unless a technican can make it come and go while tapping on the circuit board and repair the connection, it may be a very expensive shop repair.
Posted on May 29, 2007
I suggest unplugging your entire system for one minute to try a reset again. Sometimes a system reset doesn't take the first time. If this does no good you probably have damage to your digital board or dmd board. I have a smaller version of the same set at home and have done samsung's warranty service for several years. They deliver a great picture but do need regular maintenance and or repairs. The upside of all this is if you have homeowners insurance it may be covered, depending on your deductable amount. However, a dmd board can cost 500.00 so you may have to go that route. Hope this helps, Russmann.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
i would call a repairman and have him come out and fix it.if you like the tv then its worth fixing if you dont then dont invest any money in it. but if it were me id have a repaiman come and fix it
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
your convergence ic's are Shorted
They have a kit for this tv it is available through local parts distributors
If you can't find it locally just Google HITACHI CONVERGENCE KIT
If you are not good with de-soldering and soldering do not attempt this repair. Remember to replace all the resistors in the kit
If you are not sure about doing this repair you should have your local tv guy do it for you
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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