Question about Samsung Cameras
Hello, i have a samsung lns3241dx/xxa. it's 3 yrs old. not used much as its in a bedroom. the problem is with the sound. when turned on, there is no "SAMSUNG GREETING BLIP", the picture comes on. you must then turn the tv off & on, usually getting a staticy,cracking sound. if i let the tv "warm up for 5-10 min. i can usually turn it off, then back on. this is when the sound comes on. it's weak at first, then gains volume & normalizes. what's my next step?
SOURCE: Samsung c630
Just bought one recently, and experienced a melt down like that..
What batteries are u using?..
This cam uses lots of power and i started off with 2700 rechargeables, after their 1st charge they emptied fairly quickly, after shutting the cam down for a few mins, they soon picked up again, i was using flash everytime, i guess this was the problem... When my rechargeables started to run down, the cam acted weirdly.... i think ur problem may be because of batteries weakening at that particular time??
Are you aware whether ur batteries were full or nearing empty at the time??
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
SOURCE: Lens stuck after dropping camera
Probably it can be fixed, but if the lens gears are too damaged the repair could be much expensive and you would prefer to buy a new one.
Take your camera to a qualified technician to check the price of a repair.
Posted on May 24, 2009
The first place to start is with the Main bd. The second cause would be the T-con bd. Have a trained Samsung tech troubleshoot to find out and repair the set.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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