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The unit name is part of the boot sequence, it should go beyond that and boot up completely. If it gets stuck there, there is surely some problem. Maybe a depleted internal battery, I don't know. Ask a local service center, maybe there's a combination of buttons you could check out while on the phone prior to bringing it in for repair...
The zoom rocker switch is part of the control block assembly and is a common problem on, not only the HF 10 but other models as well. This can be repaired fairly inexpensively but it's not really a user serviceable problem and should be done by a qualified technician. Below is a link to a repair facility that should be able to help you if you need it.
This problem usually indicates a failure of the power supply board that runs the video control board. You can fix it but if your unit is only 1.5 years old then its still under warranty, 3 years parts and labor. Go to www.samsung.com and go to the service section to start a warranty claim. It takes about 2 weeks to go out and back to you.
Try this Turn off the monitor then unplug all the cables , press and hold down the power button for 15 sec , see whether there is any magnetic device near by the monitor , eg Anything which is made of Iron, or any metal, keep them away from the monitor , if this is not fixing the issue , i Guess the monitor need to be serviced !
Hello Cornloh, Hi! it seems to me that the switching elements are not working, you need to check the Power transistor for shorts, and replace the IC (switching IC, usually IP3842). the easiest is to use an Oscilloscope to read/find the pulsing signal.
If you could look them over it tells what kind of adapter you need to power the unit. I would also need to know what kind of power you are plugging into ie 120 vac etc. Look at the sheets and let me know. I will then try to find what you need or perhaps explain how to make what you need.
I think there is a problem in Monitor's Power Supply unit which integrated in the base board of Monitor. If u expertise with the service then carry on. else Pl contact a Local Service professional to solve the problem