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Quick Guide (ver.1.0)
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  • 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]

  • 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]

  • 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]

  • Missing QAM (Digital) Stations, New FCC Regulation For Clear QAM

    There has been an FCC rule change to Clear QAM broadcasts. Previously customers were able to use the QAM tuner in their TVs* to tune in the clear QAM signals from their local cable provider. The FCC has made a change to the broadcasting of QAM and the encryption of QAM signals allowing them to [FAQs]

  • Connect: How To Connect A High Definition Cable/ Satellite Box

    Step-by step guide to connect your equipment and receive your HD signals. [How-To Guide]

  • Why Does My TV Make A Popping Or Cracking Noise After I Turn It Off?

    The popping or cracking noises you hear after you turn off your TV are caused by different parts inside the TV contracting as they cool. It's caused by the thermal expansion the metal chassis of the TV goes through during the warm-up phase. These sounds are normal, and happen in a variety of [FAQs]

  • How Can I Tell What Model Year My TV Is?

    To tell what year your TV is refer to the chart below Year 3rd Letter in the model code indicates model year. 2005 (DLP) HL-Rxxxx (LCD) LN-Rxxxx (Plasma) HP-Rxxxx 2006 (DLP) HL-Sxxxx (LCD) LN-Sxxxx (Plasma) HP-Sxxxx (Plasma) SP-Sxxxx 2007 [FAQs]

  • My TV Is Connected Using The Component Connections And The Color Is Not Correct.

    If you have your TV connected to an output device (source) using the Component connections and the color is not correct, follow these steps: Turn on your TV, and then turn on the Menu or change the TV to a different source (for example, from Component to Cable or HDMI). If the Menu colors [FAQs]

  • What Does Game Mode Do?

    Game Mode is available on all current Samsung TVs. When you set a video source (input) to Game mode, your TV electronically bypasses two of the video signal processors in the TV, subsequently cutting down the amount of time the TV needs to process the video input from your game. You may notice [FAQs]

  • Which HDMI Cables Are Compatible With Samsung TVs?

    2010 - 2013 Samsung TVs Samsung TVs in 2010 - 2012 either were HDMI standard 1.3 or 1.4. If your TV has the 3D feature it uses the 1.4 HDMI standard. All other TV's used HDMI 1.3 standard. 2007, 2008, 2009 Samsung TVs For those 2007, 2008, or 2009 Samsung TVs that have HDMI 1.3, you should [FAQs]

  • Accessories: Samsung's Evolution Kit (SEK-1000)

    What is the Evolution Kit (SEK-1000) The Evolution Kit is a hardware kit that can attach to 2012 TVs with the Evolution Port LED Plasma UN**ES7500 UN**ES8000 PN**E7000 PN**E8000 Can I Use The Evolution Kit On Any Other TV? No, the evolution kit will only work with [FAQs]

  • Which Samsung TVs Are HDCP Compliant?

    HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) are protocols used to protect the HD content being sent to your TV. If you are using an HDMI connection (and in other cases a DVI to HDMI connection) both devices are required to support the HDCP protocols. All 2005 through current model lineup [FAQs]

  • Audio: How To Disable The TVs Internal Speakers (2006 - 2010 Model TVs)

    Instructions on how to internally disable the TV speakers. [How-To Guide]

  • What Is S/PDIF?

    S/PDIF is an acronym for Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format, which is a set of technical specifications that define how digital audio signals are transmitted between audio devices. S/PDIF is used in CD players, DVD players, computer sound cards, Home Theater Systems, TVs, and other audio [FAQs]

  • What is Refresh Rate?

    Refresh rate, also referred to as response time, is the amount of time it takes a pixel to go from active to inactive. This can be compared to the shutter speed of a camera. The lower the refresh rate the less flicker, lag, and artifacting will be seen on the screen Refresh rate is distinctly [FAQs]

  • Are Samsung TVs Compatible With The PlayStation 3?

    All Samsung TVs are compatible with the PlayStation 3. Depending on the connection and settings from the PlayStation 3 the picture quality will vary. Resolution And Connections PlayStation 3 Settings for resolution cannot exceed the max resolution of your TV or you will receive the [FAQs]

  • Can I Put My TV In My Bathroom?

    In general, you should not put your Samsung TV in extremely hot, cold, humid or dusty places. Consequently, we recommend that you do not install your Samsung TV in a bathroom or any other room with high humidity. Environmental Considerations Operating Temperature 50˚F - 104˚F (10˚C [FAQs]

  • Are LCD TVs Affected By Sunlight?

    Except for sun glare off the screen, LCD TVs are not generally affected by sunlight. On the other hand, temperature does. The operating temperature range for Samsung LCD TVs is 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). The safe storage temperature range for Samsung LCD TVs is -4° F to 113° F (-20° C [FAQs]

  • Where Can I Find An Image Of The Back Side Panel Of My TV?

    An image of the connections located on the back of your TV can be found in the User Manual or Quick Guide that came packaged with your TV and are also available in the Download Center. The image will usually be located in the last few pages of the manual under the heading Dimensions. [FAQs]

  • When Should I Use HDMI Cable?

    You should use HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) cable when the components you intend to connect are HDMI compatible - that is, they both have HDMI jacks - and you want the highest quality digital video and/or audio connection. HDMI carries both uncompressed digital audio and video [FAQs]

  • What Digital Audio Format Does The Digital Optical Jack On Your LCD TVs Output?

    2007 (LN-T Models) - 2011 (LN**D Models) The Digital Optical jacks on the 2007 LN-T series LCD TVs output Dolby Digital 5.1 when recieving a 5.1 Dolby Digital signal from an over-the-air digital station. From any other source is outputs a PCM 2.0 signal. This is not a TV issue but a HDCP [FAQs]

  • Maintenance: How To Clean Fingerprints And Other Greasy Smudges Off Of Your TV Screen

    Cleaning Fingerprints, Smudges, and Food Off Your TV Screen [How-To Guide]

  • The Picture On My LCD TV Is Blurry

    Standard, analog channels and signals from devices connected to your TV through non-HD jacks and cabling will appear blurry on your LCD TV because of a fundamental mismatch between the resolution capability of your TV and the resolution of the analog signal. The standard, analog signal is a low [FAQs]

  • What Is CEC (Anynet+)?

    CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) is a control protocol transmitted through HDMI connections between TVs, Blu-ray Players, Home Theaters, Sound Bars, DVD players, Set-Top-Boxes, and other electronic devices. CEC allows these devices, when connected in a system or network through their HDMI [FAQs]

  • My TV Keeps Returning To The Default Settings After About Thirty Minutes.

    2007 - 2012 TVs If you have a TV made between 2007 - 2011 and your TV keeps returning to the default settings, it means that your TV is set to Shop Mode or Store Demo Mode. Essentially, Shop Mode and Store Demo Mode return the TV automatically to the Dynamic Mode (and other default settings) in [FAQs]

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