Question about Projection Televisions
The problem is most likely your power supply. The easy way to check is to pull the back cover off (make sure the tv is unplugged) an check the capacitors on the power supply board. If they are bulged or appear to be leaking anything then replace them with the same rated and size capacitors. My LG did the same thing. Local repair shop said I would need over $80.00 in parts alone. I got them for less than $12 (I ordered extras) from Digi-key. Replaced the bad with good and tv works like brand new. If you are unsure if you can handle it do a youtube search for samsung or replacing a capacitor and you will see how easy it is to fix.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
I have the exact same tv and it is doing the exact same thing. I have only had it for about a year and 2 months, which means its out of samsung's warranty. Were you able to fix the problem?
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
I suspect you have to select the correct Source. Do this from the Source button on the remote, then go up and down the list til you see the one that works
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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