Samsung LN-S2641D 26 Inch Wide LCD HDTV w/ Integrated ATSC Tuner Color Issue
I am having trouble with my Samsung LN-S2641D 26 Inch Wide LCD HDTV w/ Integrated ATSC Tuner colors. I have tried to adjust all settings, unplugged and re-plugged everything in and just simply turned off everything and I am still getting lime green and pink colors. I can turn the tv off for about 10 minutes, turn it back on and everything is fine. I have it on for about 40 minutes and the odd colors come back.
I have found another post on here telling me my tv has just met the lamp life? Though it wasn't specific enough to help me fix my problem. I have only owned the TV since August 06 and I bought it brand new. Any suggestions to my odd color display?! Thanks
Re: Samsung LN-S2641D 26 Inch Wide LCD HDTV w/ Integrated...
Hehe, seems alot of ppl are not real tech;s here the tv in question is a LCD tv, im also working on this unit at the moment, becuse its a heat related prob, and the TV has a image its not lamp life but more a bad cap on the main board you are lucky becuse if you cool off your set by turning it off and it looks good again you can use frez spray to figure out witch cap is bad. ill post again once i find out witch one it is.
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go thought this url http://www.samsung.com/in/support/howtoguide/supportHowToGuidePopup.do?howto_guide_seq=10&prd_ia_cd=02010100&map_seq=591&udt_dt=Oct%2012,%202007&page_gb=D&model_name=&type_ia_cd=02010000
This sound like you are having problems with the power supply board. Since you are getting a momentary picture and sound the fuses are good but TVs today have "shorts" and "overvoltage" circuitry build in that will shut it down on errors. Someone knowledgeable in electronics will have to isolate the exact cause.