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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: display and sound
I had the same problem. My piece died after the 12 month warranty. But,
there was an additional 3-Month Warranty Extension if you Registered
the piece On-Line. I had done that. The Samsung Service Center said
they did not have access to be able confirm that I had registered it. I
had the date registered but that didn't matter to them. They just
wanted me to forward the Proof of Purchase info to them(which I Scanned
& E-mailed). Once they confirmed this. I shipped them the Main Unit
Only(not the Speakers), they repaired it, & returned it. The parts
they replaced on my piece were: AH92-02494A(Display Malfunction),
AH44-00112A(Dead Intermittently), AH64-03942B(Appearance Item Defect),
& AH31-00039B(Mech. Noise or Vibration). It's been about 1 year
since repair & so far works well.
When this piece failed I also smelled an electrical burning smell. It was very soon after I had touched the On/Off Button.
I BELIEVE THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED, IT MAY BE VERY SUSCEPTIBLE TO STATIC DISCHARGE AND GENERATES IT'S OWN STATIC FIELD AND DOESN'T NEED MUCH TO COMPLETE A CIRCUIT. GROUND IT(and yourself) AND ONLY USE A REMOTE CONTROL TO OPERATE THE UNIT. BE CAREFUL WHEN INSTALLING MEDIA TO ENJOY. HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE. Can't say I won't use Samsung again because it's all garbage in, garbage out in this disposable society we've allowed ourselves to be a part of.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
If your television has RCA style audio/video output you can use an audio RCA cable (red & white connectors) and simply plug from the 'output' of your television into the auxilliary input on the back of the HT-BD2.
Then select AUX on the HT-BD2 remote, whenever you wish to listen to the television audio.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
Looks like it is to do with the rear wireless speaker. Now, my problem is over. Its gone. I first turned the reciever on and then turned on the rear speaker wirel less on. No rear chk in problem now. Hope this helps. R.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
try to download the user manual here http://www.samsung.com/us/support/download/supportDown.do?group=audiovideo&group_cd=&type=hometheater&type_cd=03030000&subtype=hometheatersystems&subtype_cd=03030100&model_nm=HT-Q70&dType=D&mType=&model_cd=&menu=download&menuLink=/support/download/supportDown.do&prd_ia_cd=03030100&disp_nm=HT-Q70&isEqualsY= let us know. thanks.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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