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  • There Is A Shadow Area Across The Screen

    If you have a shadow or dark area across any large portion of your LCD TV screen, most likely the LCD backlight has failed or has begun to fail. To correct the problem, you will have to get your TV serviced. Please click the Create Online Service Request button below to begin the service [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • There Are Purple Bars Scrolling Up The Screen

    The violet or purple lines you see on your TV screen are most likely caused by electro-magnetic interference (EMI) from your cable box and appear if your TV is connected to your cable box using Component (Y, Pb, Pr) connections. An example of a screen with violet or purple lines is below. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • I Am Using A Direct RF Connection From Cable Or An Antenna

    If you are using a direct RF Connection from Cable or an Antenna as the video source, follow these steps: Turn the TV on, and then press the SOURCE button until you select the TV source. If you still are not getting a picture, continue to Step 2. Tip: If your remote has a TV button you can [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • I Have Audio But No Video

    If you are getting audio but no video, there are three possible issues: A connection issue. This is the most common issue. Many times the issue is an improper installation or a bad cable There is an issue with the device connected to the TV. There may be a video output setting on the device [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Picture / Black Screen

    To determine why your TV has no picture, start by follow these steps: Confirm that your TV is turned on. For troubleshooting instructions for no power click here. Press the MENU button on the TV, and then see if the menu appears. Click below on the best description of what happens. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Delete A Widget

    To delete a widget from your profile follow these steps: With your TV ON, open the Internet@TV snippet bar. Use the or arrow buttons to select the widget you would like to delete. Press the YELLOW button on your remote. A small popup menu appears above the widget. With the popup menu [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • All packets were lost

    If all the sent packets were lost this is an indication of some failure on the network or something preventing the connection to that IP address. Some things you should check are: That the TV and computer are on the same network. For example if a wireless connection is being used make sure [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Yes

    If the problem occurs on all sources and when the customer uses the Self Diagnosis feature, then it is most likely an issue with the television. Set the TV up for service. However, if you believe the problem is caused by a settings issue or external interference and the TV should not be set up [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Yes

    If the problem occurs on all sources and when the customer uses the Self Diagnosis feature, then it is most likely an issue with the television. Set the TV up for service. However, if you believe the problem is caused by a settings issue or external interference and the TV should not be set up [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No

    The video problem the customer is experiencing is caused by a defect in an external device connected to the TV or some other external interference. However, if you believe that the problem is caused by a setting in the TV and not an external device, click here to return to the beginning of the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Featured

    The Featured menu item contains a list of featured Widgets. To add a Widget from the Featured list to your dock, follow these steps: Click Featured in the Widget Gallery. The list of featured Widgets appears. Use the or arrow to select the desired Widget, and then press ENTER. Note: If [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Displaying Information As Values

    If you want your Finance Widget to display the values of your stock symbols as values instead of percentages follow these steps: Press the green button on your remote or use the arrow buttons to select the green button on the bottom of the on-screen menu. Use the arrow button on your [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • What Is The Funspot Games Section?

    The Funspot Games section gives you information about the newest games from Funspot. Still Have Questions? If you still have questions about your television please contact us for further support. When an agent is available, you can click the Live Help Start Chat button below and begin [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • What Is the News Section?

    The News section gives you highlights about Funspot, notifies you about new widget release dates, and reports on the future plans for Yahoo Widgets. Still Have Questions? If you still have questions about your television please contact us for further support. When an agent is available, you [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Connect An Over-the-Air Antenna

    Connecting an over-the-air antenna to your TV can give you access to the local channels being broadcast in your area without having to pay any kind of service fee. For instruction on connecting an antenna to your TV click on Let's Begin below. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • I See The Splash Screen But When Windows Loads I Recieve The Error Message

    If you are able to see the splash screen while the PC boots up but when windows loads you receive the Mode Not Supported message there are two main causes for this: Your computers output resolution is not supported. Your video card drivers are not supported. To change the resolution of [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • VGA, 15 Pin D-Sub

    If you are using the D-sub 15 pin jack, follow these steps: Make sure your TV and computer are off. Using a 15 pin D-sub (standard, VGA, or RGB) video cable, connect the Video Out jack on your computer's video card to the PC In jack on the back of your TV. Using an audio cable with a [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Mac

    You can connect your Samsung LCD or DLP TV to your Mac as long as the video card in your Mac supports standard PC video resolutions and the optimum refresh rate of your TV. Your Samsung TV will be detected as a Plug and Play monitor and does not require drivers. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Setting A Photo As A Favorite

    When you set a photo as a favorite, the widget adds it to the Favorite Photos section on the main menu portion for quick access and so you can create a slide show of just your favorite photos. To set a photo as a Favorite, follow these steps: Note: You cannot set any of the photos in your [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • TV Connected With Straight Cable Or Antenna (No Box) (Using Home Theater/Stereo Speakers)

    To troubleshoot if your TV is connected directly to a cable outlet or an antenna, follow these steps: Determine if the audio is leading or following the picture. Leading means that you hear the audio before the lips move. Following means the lips move before you hear the audio. Test other [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Find A Missing Channel(s)

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