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Remote control not working
use digital camer or webcam cell phone. the LED from r. control must be TURN ON, see the diagram attached. Otherwise, open the r.control and clean the keypad from dirty, corrosion, oxide, and try again.God bless you
7/20/2013 4:33:20 AM •
on Jul 20, 2013
I have a 6 or
Chances are there is a problem with the power supply board in the unit.
only thing I would suggest is to leave it unplugged for 24hrs then try
turning it on again. This has the effect of discharging all of the
capacitors within the unit, and effectively soft rebooting the unit.
to do next depends entirely on whether you want to try and fix it at
home, and have a good multimeter and are comfortable with soldering. If
you are then let me know and I'll tell you what to look for. Otherwise
you'd be best off taking it to a local electronics repair shop.
Typically the some of the capacitors on the board can go faulty.
Repair is usually ' not ' recommended as this product is already discontinued and repair would be more expensive as compared to cost of the monitor.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
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5/15/2011 11:19:12 PM •
on May 15, 2011
I have the Samsung hlr5667w.
Bulb/ Lamp in dlp tv has limited life span like 3000 working hours and after that some may got broken or start consuming more current than its rating that cause activation of protection circuit that monitors it and tv shuts down for safety purpose because more current consumption could cause damage of power supply or ballast supply board.
I assume that tv is 5 years old and bulb/ lamp has not been replaced yet so its time to replace it. You can swap tv bulb in any other similar tv, if possible, just to make sure that bulb is cause of problem before ordering new one.
Hope these info will help you.
Let me know if you have additional tv question.
7/23/2010 3:20:52 PM •
on Jul 23, 2010
My Samsung 56
Lamps are rated to last between six and eight thousand hours. I am guessing you watch a lot of tv. Now the next part to go out is the LamP Ballast. It is a High Voltage power supply that runs the lamp. I suggest you replace the Ballast no matter what due to the age and you had a power outage which will damage the ballast. Part# is BP47-00027A. Next I ask you have you ever heard a loud whining noise? If you answer yes,the you have a bad Color Wheel. Then also you might Have a bad Digital bd. Power surges will damage it as well.
7/17/2009 8:00:51 PM •
on Jul 17, 2009
I am working on a Samsung SyncMaster 170MP. When
It sounds like it since you have the 14v going to the inverter. Repairing inverter boards even on lcd's is 50/50 shot, so let's give it a go. If you have a dvm check the ohms on the inverter xformers ( if more than one) they should be identical in resistance. Check or replace all electrolytic caps on the board. That's about all you can do outside of replacing it, Oh, see if you have a 5v source going to in inv. bd also, check that.
2/21/2009 4:01:00 AM •
on Feb 21, 2009
The TV picture keeps jumping/flicking.
The jumping and flicking/flickering of the picture happens when there is asynchronization/mismatch in the frequencies. This should be adjustable by coarse tuning and fine tuning.
1/23/2009 8:25:41 PM •
on Jan 23, 2009
On the front panel press the Menu button for about 5 seconds. Once you press it the OSD will pop up. Keep holding the button until the OSD disappears. The setup should be unlocked now.
12/28/2008 6:55:44 AM •
on Dec 28, 2008
Monitor not working
The inverter board has probably failed. Mine turned out to be the clamping diodes on the inverter. It would act like it was firing up but shut down just as the screen would normally come up. I replaced the diodes and it fired right up and has been working great since.
12/23/2008 4:13:14 AM •
on Dec 23, 2008
SAMSUNG 170 MP LOCEKD-UP
On the front panel press the Menu button for about 5 seconds. Once you
press it the OSD will pop up. Keep holding the button until the OSD
disappears. The setup should be unlocked now.
7/28/2008 10:20:54 AM •
on Jul 28, 2008
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