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8/21/2012 2:00:32 PM •
on Aug 21, 2012
For whatever reason the TV
i can't say' its easy.please check the wire connections,,,re solder the circuit board if needed...if the status is still repairable ,troubleshoot the power supply section..........
8/27/2010 11:13:42 PM •
on Aug 27, 2010
Tv turns on but has no picture
there might be a high voltage leak from the plyback.Open the back cover of your tv .turn it on and observe which part of the plyback has a leak..use a silicon adhesives to cure the leak..cover it heavy and complete..
tnx please rate my help.
6/4/2010 9:14:10 AM •
on Jun 04, 2010
Red "not available" message on screen
The reason the TV doesn't respond to the remote is that the set is busy trying to change channels (or scroll through menu options.) because one of the channel-- up/down "button" is stuck on the front panel of the TV. They are very delicate, and respond to the slightest input. (You should see the CH light on the front of the set.)
So, I had the same problem, and just finished following the advice for fixing this problem by using a hair dryer and pen knife to remove the strip covering the "buttons."
I have to admit that I was afraid of what damage I might do in removing the little strip from the face of the TV, but I only paid $114 for the set at Salvation Army, and it's otherwise a great set, so I had little to lose.
Trust me, you can't hurt anything by removing the little panel. Just take your time, and let the heat do the work, lest you crease the strip. (It took about five minutes for me to get it off.)
I chose to disable the front-panel controls altogether by simply removing the little pads that activate the switches.
The pads look like tiny little rubber bands, about 3/8" across, and will stick to the double-sided adhesive when you remove the strip. (Don't worry, they are not attached to the set, and you won't be destroying anything in this process.)
I suppose you could always get replacement rubber thingies, but I'd just as soon use the remote, and avoid future hassles.
1/1/2010 8:43:17 PM •
on Jan 01, 2010
Every time i change channels on my tv the screen
Your channel display mode is set to auto i'd say.
Go into menu and find >
now you may choose what aspect you would like to watch you tv in.
You will have
I go with one of the first two, as 16:9 is widescreen and Auto is a bit random as you found out. These are only rough guidelines as i don't own a Samsung TV. But all setting are mostly the same on all TV Sets.
Hope this helps,
6/17/2009 12:39:19 PM •
on Jun 17, 2009
Normallly, if the format button on the remote for the television does not achieve the desired affect, then, a cable box or a satelite box is where the change needs to be made.
A Motorola Cable box needs to be set up to go to a wide screen when an analog signal is detected.
It's difficult to determine the repair without knowing the hook up of the peripherals.
Hope this helps.
4/5/2009 3:33:45 PM •
on Apr 05, 2009
Xbox 360 screen cut off on left side
Ok, I've had the same issue and I was able to fix my problem. I was getting cut off sides in HD mode on my playstation.
I entered the service menu by doing this:
Turn TV Off
Use remote and hit "Mute 1 8 2 Power" (not at the same time, but one after the other)
The TV will come on with the service menu. Enter the 1080i adjustment screen. Write down ALL the values in case you mess up. Adjust the values as necessary to fit your screen. It's sort of like adjusting a computer monitor's image for different resolutions.
Hit me if this helps... mlager at sysnosis dot com
12/28/2008 4:04:45 PM •
on Dec 28, 2008
i have the exact same problem. mine has a yellow tint to it. im
8/11/2008 10:57:37 PM •
on Aug 11, 2008
High Pitch Sound From Samsung TXN3071WHF 30" TV
I think its the flyback and its starting to leak. this is a component responsible for the high voltage of your tv set. always observe safety in dealing with this. Have it check by a qualified technician. Good luck!
2/24/2008 2:07:45 AM •
on Feb 24, 2008
it sounds like stereo mode is comming on and off , you will need to go into the audio options for network box and adjust the sound options , Hz e.c.t and i would also suggest to retune the tv stations , another thing , im not sure how u have it set up , on the back of the network box there should be FL/front left FR /front right output plug holse , e.c.t Audio out , plug the cords into these holes and the other end of the cords plug into tv at the back AUX , Audio In , R / L , red /white , let me know how you go , if you need more help i will be happy to assist
11/26/2007 9:11:44 PM •
on Nov 26, 2007
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