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  • Adjusting Your Color

    To adjust the color on your DLP TV, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote. [The Main menu appears] Picture will be selected by default if not use the or button on your remote to select Picture, and then press the ENTER button. [The yellow selection bar will move to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Adjusting Your Color

    To adjust the color on your DLP TV, follow these steps: Press the MENU button on your remote. [The Main menu appears] Picture will be selected by default if not use the or button on your remote to select Picture, and then press the ENTER button. [The yellow selection bar will move to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Blank Screen, And The LED Lights Are On Or Flashing

    The LED lights indicate whether a DLP TV is working properly. For example, if all three LEDs are blinking, the most common cause is that the DLP lamp may be defective. View the configuration chart below, it describes what the LED lights mean. For more detailed information on each indication, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Power

    Important: If any of the LED lights on the front of your TV are on or flashing, this is not a power issue. Click here to view the Blank Screen, And The LED Lights Are On Or Flashing article of this troubleshooting guide. If your TV does not power on, try the following steps in order: Try [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Set Your Clock

    There are two methods to set the clock: Auto Clock Set Manual Clock Set Information about each of the two methods is below. Auto Clock Set The Auto Clock Set uses information it receives through the RF input on the TV. Some broadcasters, however, do not regularly check the time feed in [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Program Your Remote Control

    Please see your user's manual of your TV for any remote control codes. Click here to visit our Download Center if you don't have your user's manual handy. To Program Your Remote Follow These Steps: Turn OFF the device (VCR, DVD Player, Cable Box, etc.) you are programing the remote to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • PIP Setup

    This article covers the complete setup process for PIP including: Connection Method Limitations of the PIP function Activation of PIP Information and instructions for each are below. General Connection Method PIP is only available if you have both of the following connections: Any [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Turn On The Internal Mute

    The Internal Mute mutes your Plasma TV's internal speakers. You would use Internal Mute if you want to hear your TV's sound only from external speakers or a stereo you've connected to your Plasma TVs EXT Speaker or Audio Out jacks. To turn on the Internal Mute on your Plasma TV, follow these [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Maintenance: How To Change The Lamp In Your DLP TV

    On most floor or table standing DLP TVs, one or both of the following symptoms indicate that it’s time to replace the lamp: The picture on your DLP has become considerably dimmer The Timer, Lamp, and Temp (or Standby/Temp) front panel LEDs are all blinking Note: On some pedestal DLP TVs, the Front [How-To Guide]

  • How Do I Get Rid Of The Black Bars On The Sides Of My Screen?

    When set to the 4:3 picture size, wide screen TVs typically have black space or bars to the left and right of the picture. To remove the black bars, you have to change your picture size. You can change the picture size in two ways: If your remote has a P. Size button, by pressing the P. [FAQs]

  • Connect: How To Attach A Laptop Computer To Your TV

    Instructions on how to connect a laptop to your TV using HDMI, HDMI-DVI, or VGA [How-To Guide]

  • How To Register Your Samsung Product

    The easy to use guide will walk you through registering your Samsung Products [How-To Guide]

  • How To Update A Partial Product Registration

    This easy to use guide will help you continue the registration process for your Samsung product. [How-To Guide]

  • How To Remove A Registered Product

    This easy to use guide will help you remove a product that has been registered in error. [How-To Guide]

  • What Do Samsung's TV Model Numbers Mean?

    Looking at a Samsung model number may be confusing at first but once you understand how it is broken up reading them becomes a breeze. For Example: UN55F8000AFXZA When we break the model number down we will learn about what it is identifying: U = LED N = Produced for North America 55 = [FAQs]

  • Why Doesn't A Wide Screen DVD Fit My Wide Screen TV?

    Many older movies available on DVD, though labeled wide screen, were produced in a wide screen format (for example, Cinemascope or Academy Flat) which are a wider aspect ration than the current 16:9 wide screen TV standard. When you play one of these movies, your wide screen TV will display [FAQs]

  • Will Netflix work on my 2009/B Series TV?

    In 2009, we released several different TVs that had the ability to tie into your network. With these new functions, we added Yahoo! Widgets (a.k.a Internet@TV), Media Play 2.0, and something called Home Network Center. With Yahoo! Widgets, you could pull content and media from many different [FAQs]

  • Which Samsung TVs Have An ATSC (Digital) Tuner?

    All TVs made from 2007 through current models include an ATSC tuners. Legacy Models Of the 2006 models, all Samsung HL-S series DLP TVs, all LN-S series LCD TVs ending with a D (for example, LN-S3269D), all SP-S and HP-S series Plasma TVs, and all TX-S series SlimFit TVs have a built-in ATSC [FAQs]

  • What Is xvYCC?

    xvYCC (Extended-gamut YCC) is a new color space (color range) standard for televisions, computer monitors, digital camcorders and cameras, etc. xvYCC supports up to 1.8 times more colors than the current standard. Starting in 2007 a few Samsung LCD, DLP, and Plasma TVs are capable of [FAQs]

  • Where Can I Get A Replacement Remote?

    Ordering a New Remote You can order a Samsung remote from J&J International, our Authorized Parts Distributor. To go to J&J on line, click here. After the J&J web page appears, enter either the model number of your TV into the Model Number field in the upper left corner or the remote control [FAQs]

  • What Is The Power Consumption Of My TV In Watts?

    To find the power consumption of your TV you can look in three places; On the back of your TV there will be a sticker that will contain the power consumption of the unit as well as other information. In the specifications portion of your user manual. To download a copy of your user manual [FAQs]

  • What Kind Of Cable Do I Need To UseThe Digital Optical Output On My TV ?

    To use the Digital Optical output jack on your TV, you need a standard Digital Optical cable. A standard Digital Optical cable is a fiber optic cable with a TOSLINK connector at both ends. An example of a TOSLINK connector is below. [FAQs]

  • How Can I Tell What Kind Of TV I Have?

    You can tell what kind of TV you have by the first two letters of the model number. The table below lists model number letters and TV types for current models sold in the U.S. Beginning Model Letters Type of TV PN, FP, HP, or SP Plasma LN or LT LCD UN LED HL [FAQs]

  • The Back Panel Of My TV Gave Me A Shock.

    If your TV gave you a shock, you may have a serious problem. Turn off and unplug your TV immediately, and then call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-Samsung (1-800-726-7864) to arrange for a service technician to examine your TV. Have the model number and serial number of your TV on hand when you [FAQs]

  • For Information About Older, Discountinued Samsung TVs.

    If your model TV is discontinued and Samsung no longer provides information or user manuals for it on-line. You may be able to find a user manual and parts for your TV at J&J International, Samsung's authorized parts dealer. Click click here to go to J&J International's website now. Important: [FAQs]

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