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Ldvs board if your lucky if not most likely damaged Lcd panels board connection to screen . Try pressing upper left upper center and upper right of screen while tv is on see if screen clears up while your pressing .

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 11, 2020

I believe you have a led issue Samsung is known for it .try to use a blunt object no kidding here and give it a decent tap to the top of the panel not the screen the out plastic around the screen right above where the shadow is again don't hit the screen it self the plastic outer edge while tv is on . 85 present of the time the shadow will go away for a day or so proving to be a led issue.

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 10, 2020

First understand that you need a little patience with this remote, it's a little slow, it may take a few seconds in between pushing buttons for it to react to your TV.

-Turn on TV manually first.

we're going to try and get the remote paired to your particular tv

-Facing RCA universal remote towards TV, press and hold both the POWER and TV buttons on the remote at the same time.. until the RCA universal remote POWER button lights up and is constantly on.

-Then press the PLAY button on RCA universal remote

(POWER button on remote should be blinking after pressing PLAY -- what the remote is doing is trying to program your TV with a list of codes. if your TV does not automatically shut off after a minute, press the PLAY button again. your TV should shut off. wait a few seconds before trying to press PLAY button again if you need to try again.)

Assuming remote turned off TV. Now let's try to get the remote to turn on your TV

On the remote at top right is a REVERSE button, press that. You should see the POWER button on the remote blink once in response to you doing that.

Watch for the power on light on your TV.. your TV may take a few seconds to power on..

Wait a couple seconds. if your TV has not turned back on, press the REVERSE button again. the POWER button should blink once again in response

If your TV did not turn on. You may have to repeat pushing the REVERSE button waiting a couple seconds for the remote to try turning on your TV. For some people this can take several times, if not a dozen times. Just be sure to be patient and wait a couple seconds in between pressing the REVERSE button again. (what the RCA universal remote is doing is going through a list of codes trying to find the right model to pair to)

Assuming the remote finally turned on your TV.. We are almost done. We programmed the remote to turn off the TV and turn on the TV. now we want to press the STOP button on the RCA universal remote to lock in those codes into the remote. After pressing the STOP button the light on the remote POWER button should turn off.

We are done. You should be able to change the channels and raise and lower the volume of your TV.

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 10, 2020

1. Open internal fuse
2. Power supply failure

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 10, 2020

-Turn on the DVD Recorder.
-Make sure there is no disc in it.
-Use the remote control to press MENU for the onscreen setup menu, then ENTER
-In setup menu select FACTORY SETTINGS, then ENTER
-Select START, then ENTER to reset
-After it finishes, press ENTER

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 10, 2020

The firmware controls what happens as soon as the set is switched on and it loads the software of a smart tv. It is saved on an EPROM and is 100% reliable. If the television worked before, it is not the firmware that was the issue. you have a hardware issue.

And no there isn't.

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Samsung... | Answered on Dec 08, 2020

Problem may be in the TV. Unplug it, then plug it back in. This "reset" may fix the problem. Why does it happen? Coding gets scrambled. Lag time between me pressing the button on the remote and the TV doing anything widely varies. Why? I conjecture that buffering is the culprit. So, give the set a bit of time to discharge before turning it back on.

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 07, 2020

You could download the "service manual" from the site below and see if it is truly a main board problem.

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 02, 2020

When the LED backlights fail on the screen, the power supply shuts down to avoid an overload. You can replace the strips or if you are really motivated and have the equipment, you can test each LED and replace them individually.

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 01, 2020

try a tv repair shop locally or buy a new set

Samsung... | Answered on Dec 01, 2020

bad verticle hold board for rolling for dark cable try changing picture settings while on cable

Samsung... | Answered on Nov 29, 2020

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