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Intermittent OSD I have a Samsung TSL3295HF. I bought it a few years ago as floor model then found out it was a return and did have some scratches. The problem is the set intermittently displays the label for the input and "No Unit Connected To Jacks" the picture and sound are uninterrupted. The only input it doesn't occur on is coxial and now that I've upgraded to an HD set top box it doesn't happen on the HD input. It happens at random and on all inputs. It will even alternate randomly between "connected" & "not connected" on the input selection display. I've checked the connections, the inputs, the cables. Any ideas or anyway to disable the OSD?

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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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