During dark images on my TV, several green lines are visible across the TV.
I bought new Samsung TX-R2765 from a local store at a huge discount ($180 for a $450 TV). The reason was that the TV had a few cosmetic damages obtained during a storm. The TV had no manual or anything with it, even 2 A/V inputs are covered with a diagram where they should be. Besides the green lines covering the TV, the pictures changes from clear to fuzzy. The words become unreadable, but they might come into focus a few minutes later. Any Ideas??? Thanks for the help and have a great day!
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Re: During dark images on my TV, several green lines are...
You may have an arc in the screen and focus circuits.
Water may have gotten into these circuits causing a delayed reaction. (Circuits Corroded).
These circuits at least part of them are a part of the high voltage transformer (flyback).
Your picture tube socket has spark gaps inside of it too which may be arcing.
You need to have it checked by a tech to find out just what is arcing.
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I have the exact think happening on my Samsung LN46A530 and it has just been 2 years since I bought it. There better be a cheap fix for this because a $2,000 product has to last a lot longer than 2 years.
This is a problem that will pretty much just be there on this TV. I know it has an awesome picture...as long as nothing moves. You can try putting it in "Game Mode" in the user menu and that usually takes care of it but you didn't buy the 120/240 Hz tv to watch it in 60Hz. I would say exchange it, and in my opinion buy a good plasma :)
Well the shadow is caused by the pixels going dead. There is a term for this "dead pixels" if its still under warrenty take it in. If its not you may be able to get a new screen for it on Ebay.com I use ebay a lot and boy I found thing I though I would never find people are very informative and you will probably need to take the screen you bought to a repair shop and have them place it in for you. this is not a quick fix so I hope this helps.
I was working on this model with the same problem. It is shutting down because the +14 was missing from the vertical IC. I traced it back to a resistor that had burnt. I have no way of knowing it's value because I have no schematic. If you find what it is, please post.
Keep in contact with Samsung or the repair depot, as they may hook you along till the warranty is up and then want to charge you big bucks. Ok if your not happy with this set, go back to the store where you bought it, and compair it with one they have on the floor. If there are not any, tell them your not happy with the set and see what they will do about it. If you get no where with them, contact Samsung directly and they are easaly found online. If you need a URL I will be more then happy to supply it. Good Luck