I am having problem's with my samsung sp-r4232 display. i have checked the power going in but im not to sure where to go from there. i do know that the fan is not blowing. apperantly samsung was having a problome with this in 2005, where the t.v. was recieving good power but nothing was showing on the display. we are currently in iraq so it makes it a little harder to get information than normal, any assistance you may have would be great. thank you
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A plain green display to plasma display is a bad symptom. If you wish to get some details, check the site linked here. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up older posts. Defective screen-shots to Plasma displays are given with illustrations. You can check and compare it to that of your TVs' and make sure about the fault.
You are reporting about the steady CC diplay problem to your set I undersnads and posts this solution. Enter the menu and sur thorugh; come to the Closed Caption menu; select CC display option and turn it to OFF if it is ON. OK.
If your tv is a plasma, this is normal. Plasma tv's tend to produce much more heat than an LCD or LED tv. This is the reason why the place fans on plasmas. If it seems to be much hotter than normal, try to get some ventilation to it, and also check to see if all the fans are still working properly.
The dealer where you bought the set shoud be able to answer this question. They should be familiar with the local stations in your area.
If you were to call any of the local TV stations in your area, they may be able to advise you of who in your area is selling these converters if you do not want to go back to where you bought your set.
In the long term, you would be better off with a cable or satellite service for your set.
Evidently 2 good remotes point at the problem being the remote sensor on the TV itself. I have about 4 remotes I can adjust volume w/ including the remote that came w/ my samsung. The TV exhibits the same behavior w/ all of them.
Per the samsung site, the "test" for this (remote vs sensor) is to us a digital camera, (including the kind that's on most cell phones) to "see" if the remote lights up. Just point it at the camera/phone, and press any button. You should see a bright flashing light on the camera/phone's LCD screen. If not, REJOICE! All you need to replace is the remote or batteries in it. If you do see the light, good luck if you're not in warranty. I've been unable to find any procedures for replacing this kind of item.