Question about Samsung PCL5415RB 54" Rear Projection Television
The problem with my Samsung PCL5415RB 54 in. Rear Projection TV is that sometimes a dark lines shows on screen. It looks that they show when a scene of the presentation changes. Some times there is only one line and other times shows more than one. The wide measure of the lines are variable and sometimes looks like moving according to the different moves of the objects or persons in the show presentations. A technician told me that the problem is with a video board but I don't know which one. I have the service manual. If any one can tell me what is the problem and identify the video card, I can buy it and change it myself. Thanks for any help that you can give me and I apologize for my poor english. My first language is spanish. Regards, Luis Soto
Good chance its your main board part # bp94-08582a .Look in manual to see if this part is main video process ..
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
Yes your problem is not too easy bro! i think you have to find a qualified technician to diagnose your TV and to re solved your problem! your TV needs an hours to see and to diagnose. just go this links to find a qualified technician near you! www.fixya.com then go to REPAIR SERVICE then you have to find a qualified technician! good luck!!!
Posted on Oct 14, 2007
It is a simple problem. 1 it is due to low voltage at your home 2it might be due to loose contact near cable or its socket. 3 it might be due to loose contact in tv near tuner. in my opinion 100% there no problem in video board regards
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
There are a couple of boards that can cause this problem. You cannot simply say, yes this is your problem without first looking at the TV set. Yes, it could be the video board, but which one? Oh my crystal ball says the one that's bad. Get the point. I wish it was that easy my friend. It simply is not that easy as this. As a matter of fact, authorized repair people would sub out the digital board probably first. If that did not work, then maybe the video processor board. Once you buy a board, it is yours to keep. It could turn out to cost you three to four times what it would cost if you called out an authorized repair shop to diagnose your problem. Good Luck
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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