Question about Samsung TSL3295HF TV
My set does the same thing and I've tried researching everywhere for a solution. Did this suggestion work?
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
try and use an old vcr and just keep it turned on and plugged into that input, maybe thatll do it, sounds like a loose solder joint, possibly may have got dropped at one time or another. Also maybe try to GENTLY push in/down on jacks that whole input square area while somebody watches to see if goes away. If it does then needs to be resoldered.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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