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Troubleshooting The Remote If your HTS remote is not working or your HTS does not respond to the remote control follow the steps below to determine if your remote or your HTS requires service. First remove the batteries and then press and hold the power button on your remote for about 20
The easiest way to pin-point the problem speaker is to swap the speaker with another speaker that is working, this will help determine if the problem is with the speaker, the speaker cable, or the speaker output port on the HTS. If the speaker port on the HTS is failing you can create an online
Getting Started Registering your Samsung product is easy and comes with many benefits. In some cases you may have added a product to your account by mistake or entered the serial number incorrectly during registration. There are two ways a product can be registered to your account: Partial
Getting Started Registering your Samsung product is easy and comes with many benefits. In some cases you may have added a product to your account, but the registration is not complete. In order to receive the full benefit of registering your product you will need to complete the registration.
Your HTS remote may not be working due to the following: Remote Control is in the wrong mode Batteries are drained or have been inserted incorrectly The IR sensor on the remote is failing The remote sensor on the main unit is failing To determine what is causing the problem start with
To connect your home theater to your TV using a Component video connection, you need a Component video cable. A Component video cable has three RCA jacks on each end. Important: In compliance with the 'Analog Sunset' clause in specification of the AACS, any device (AV receiver, HTS, Blu-ray,