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  • What Is The MPEG Filter Setting?

    The MPEG Noise Filter option (Menu > Picture > Picture Options > MPEG Noise Filter) will help eliminate any excess digital noise in a picture and help to reduce any flicker caused by this. This option is intended for digital video signals. There are five options for setting MPEG Noise [FAQs]

  • When Ever I Turn On My External Samsung Device My TV Also Turns On

    Usually when an external device connected to the TV is turned on you will be turning on the TV and switching it to that source. For example: When you turn on your Blu-ray player you will also usually turn on the TV and switch the TV to that source to watch a movie. Because of this Samsung [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • IR (Infrared) Sensor Locations

    All Samsung TV's can be controlled by IR (infrared) signals. These signals which contain commands that cause your TV to turn on, turn off, change channels, etc. - are transmitted by your remote control and are received by the IR sensor on your TV. If your remote control is not pointing in [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Performing A Factory Reset

    Background Technicians resolve many TV service calls by entering the service menu and performing a Factory Reset. Now, all 2008 model televisions have a Factory Reset feature you can use to reset your TV to the factory settings without entering the service menu. Important: When you perform a [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • Resetting The Picture And Sound Mode To Default Settings

    Most LCD TVs have three or four automatic picture modes, for example, Dynamic, Standard, Movie, etc. Each mode has its own, independent group of settings (color, tint, contrast, etc When you change a picture setting in a mode, you change the setting for that mode only. The change does not [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • When You Power The TV Off, The Standby LED Comes On.

    The standby light, usually located in or near the Power button, goes ON when the power is turned OFF. It was designed this way to let you know the TV has in fact been powered off. Here is a good example of why it was designed this way. If you're through watching a DVD and turn the power off [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Menu Is Not In English

    If the menu is not in English, you probably can't read it. Follow the pictures that accompany each step below to get a better understanding of the instructions. How to Set the Menu Language to English To set the menu language to English, follow these steps: With the TV on, press [Menu], and [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Removing the Stand

    Equipment To remove the stand, you need this equipment: Philips Head Screw Driver Soft Cloth Decoration Cover (image below) How to Remove the Stand To remove the stand, follow these steps: Lay the TV face down on the soft cloth. Using a Philips Head screwdriver (a magnetized tip [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • TV Appears To Turn Off By Itself

    There are four cases in which your TV either turns itself off or appears to turn itself off. These cases are listed in the following table by category. Your TV Appears To Be Off If You Are Using The TV As A Computer Monitor If you are using the TV as a monitor and the Stand-by light only [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Feature: How To Use Film Mode (2008 -2010)

    This is a step-by-step guide about how to use the Film Mode feature. [How-To Guide]

  • Display: How Do I Adjust The Color On My TV? (LCD TV)

    Generic instructions for adjusting the color settings on your TV. (LCD TV) [How-To Guide]

  • Setup: (LN**A - LN**C) How To Add Channels To Your LCD TV Through The Auto Program Function

    How To Auto Program Your LCD TV Channels From A Cable Signal (2008-2010 LN**A - LN**C) [How-To Guide]

  • Operation: How To Reset The Picture Or Audio Settings On My LCD TV To The Factory Settings? (2008 -2012)

    Instructions on how to reset the TV picture or audio setting back to defaults without reseting all TVs settings back to factory defaults [How-To Guide]

  • Setup: How To Label The Inputs On Your TV (2008-2010)

    A step-by-step guide on labeling your inputs. [How-To Guide]

  • Connect: How To Connect A Cable Line To Your TV And Have The TV Memorize Channels (2008 - 2010)

    Instructions on connecting an incoming direct (coax) cable from your cable provider to the TV and program in your channels [How-To Guide]

  • Feature: How To Use Game Mode On Your LCD TV (2008 - 2012 LNxxA - LNxxE)

    A step-by-step guide on how to use the game mode feature. [How-To Guide]

  • Operation: How To Perform A Factory Reset On 2008 Through 2011 Model LCD TVs (LN**A ~ LN**D)

    A step-by-step guide for returning your TV to the factory defaults (LN**A ~ LN**D) [How-To Guide]

  • Connect: How To Connect A DVD Player To My TV (LCD TV)

    General Instruction on connecting a DVD player to your TV (LCD TV) [How-To Guide]

  • Display: How To Change The Aspect Ratio On Your LCD TV (2008 - 2012 LN**A ~ LN**E)

    A step-by-step guide that will walk you through how to adjust the aspect ratio of your TV. [How-To Guide]

  • 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 The White Balance Setting?

    White balance is an adjustment to remove unrealistic color casts. With this option you can fine tune the picture so objects that should be white are rendered white on your scren. This option is more of a fine tuning option then the Color tone option. In this setting you will be able to adjsut [FAQs]

  • Why Can't I Select Game Mode?

    Depending on your TV, Game mode might not be available for all input sources. For example: On the HL-S5078, 5678, 6178, or 7178, Game mode was only available for AV1, AV2, AV3, S-Video1, S-Video2, S-Video3, Component1 and Component2, but not HDMI or DVI. To find out which sources Game mode is [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]

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