My Samsung PCK5315RX turns off by itself. This initially happened after about an hour of use, but now it's occurring after 15 minutes or so. At first, unplugging the power source for five minutes and then turning it on again solved the problem; now it takes up to an hour for that to work and before long, the TV turns off again.
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Re: Samsung PCK5315RX TV turns off
You tv problem is intermittent have a tech resolder you tv circuit.also have him check the power supply you could be having problem with the component there.probably the regulator diode or cap.good luck
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the red light blinks due to a problem in the power supply or deflection circuit, this usually happens when one or two components start changing specified value or just entirely go out. Some samsung tvs do have replaceable boards but you still need to pinpoint the problem to a certain circuit board, either deflection or power board. It may be worth it to call a service tech and describe the problem to get a good idea on the repair cost.
Best thing to do is unplug your TV for about an hour.
Check the connections to the TV.
When you plug your TV back in, it should reset itself.
If the problem still occurs, a part inside your TV may have went bad and causing it to shut down to prevent further damage. They call this "protection mode".
When this happens, taking the TV to the repair shop is the only way to find out what needs to be replaced and how much it cost.
Its Sounds like Convergence Circuit,If you take the Back off and look on the right side you should see a Board with Big black Ics Mounted beside a Large Heatsink,Mark the wires where they go and Make sure the POWER is Off Pull the Board out and Inspect the Connections from the ICS,you find Circle Breaks,They need to Be resoldered and That should fix the Set....
greeting from belize i have never heard about a tv freezing only a computer or a dvd. dvr vcr.however your problem is the color chip on your circuit board it needs to be replace take it to a tech to have it replace it will cost you about $80.00 to repair.good luck.