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Quick Guide (ver.1.0)
Jun 28, 2009 ENGLISH 6.74 pdf Email
DJVU Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH, SPANISH 10.84 pdf Email
Safety Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 0.39 pdf Email
Open Source Guide (ver.1.1)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 0.3 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 16, 2009 ENGLISH, FRENCH 11.32 pdf Email
DJVU Email
Open Source Guide (ver.1.1)
Jan 15, 2010 ENGLISH 0.3 pdf Email
DJVU Email
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* Firmware Version : Version 1021.1* Firmware History This Firmware will correct the following phenomenons some units may experience. . If customer turns the unit off and back on, he loses his channel* Please be sure to read the instruction before begining the update process.

All OS Jan 14, 2010 ENGLISH 8.65 exe
All OS Jan 15, 2010 ENGLISH 0.21 pdf DJVU

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  • What Media Files Are Supported Through Media Play Or The USB Port? (2009 - 2010 Model TVs)

    What Media Play Functions Does My USB Port Support? There are two versions of Media Play available, Media Play and Media Play (Video). If your television has Media Play, you can use the USB port to view pictures or play music stored on a compatible USB device. If your television has Media Play [FAQs]

  • 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]

  • Performing A Factory Reset

    When to Perform a Factory Reset Important: Be sure to go through all other troubleshooting steps before performing a factory reset. The factory reset should be the last thing you do before setting the TV up for service. Important: When you perform a Factory Reset, all your settings revert to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Performing A Factory Reset

    When to Perform a Factory Reset Important: Be sure to go through all other troubleshooting steps before performing a factory reset. The factory reset should be the last thing you do before setting the TV up for service. Important: When you perform a Factory Reset, all your settings revert to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 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]

  • 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]

  • How To Perform A Self Diagnosis

    To perform a Self Diagnosis test, follow these steps: Turn the TV on. Press MENU on the TV remote, or on the TV itself. Use the or arrow button on the remote to select the Support section of the menu, and then press ENTER. Note: In the menu the section names are displayed on the left [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Perform A Self Diagnosis

    To perform a Self Diagnosis test, follow these steps: Turn the TV on. Press MENU on the TV remote, or on the TV itself. Use the or arrow button on the remote to select the Support section of the menu, and then press ENTER. Note: In the menu the section names are displayed on the left [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How-To Perform A Self Diagnosis

    To perform a Self Diagnosis test, follow these steps: Turn the TV on. Press MENU on the TV remote, or on the TV itself. Use the or arrow button on the remote to select the Support section of the menu, then press ENTER. Note: In the menu the section names are displayed on the left side [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How-To Perform A Self Diagnosis

    To perform a Self Diagnosis test, follow these steps: Turn the TV on. Press MENU on the TV remote, or on the TV itself. Use the or arrow button on the remote to select the Support section of the menu, then press ENTER. Note: In the menu the section names are displayed on the left side [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How-To Perform A Self Diagnosis

    To perform a Self Diagnosis test, follow these steps: Turn the TV on. Press MENU on the TV remote, or on the TV itself. Use the or arrow button on the remote to select the System or Support section of the menu (depending on your model), and then press ENTER. System [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How-To Perform A Self Diagnosis

    To perform a Self Diagnosis test, follow these steps: Turn the TV on. Press MENU on the TV remote, or on the TV itself. Use the or arrow button on the remote to select the System or Support section of the menu (depending on your model), and then press ENTER. System [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • TV Clicks When Powered On Or Off

    It is normal for the TV to click once or twice before powering on or powering off. However, if your TV clicks one or more times and operates abnormally, most likely your TV is malfunctioning. Abnormal operation includes, but is not limited to, the following symptoms: Long time to power on [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • TV Clicks When Powered On Or Off

    It is normal for the TV to click once or twice before powering on or powering off. However, if your TV clicks one or more times and operates abnormally, most likely your TV is malfunctioning. Abnormal operation includes, but is not limited to, the following symptoms: Long time to power on [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]

  • 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]

  • 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]

  • 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]

  • 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]

  • 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: Picture-In-Picture (PIP) Setup (2008-2010)

    A how-to guide explaining how to set up the cable connections to use PIP on many samsung television [How-To Guide]

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