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
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
Resetting The Picture To The Factory Settings
To reset the picture settings to factory default on your LCD TV, follow these steps: Turn on your TV. Press MENU on your remote. The Main Menu appears. Press ENTER to select Picture. Press the or arrow until you select Reset, and then press ENTER. The Reset drop down appears. Press
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
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
The Melody Plays When The TV Comes On, But Not When You Turn It Off
The Melody does not play when you turn the TV off for one of the following reasons: The Internal Mute is turned on The Volume is turned all of the way down or muted. To determine which troubleshooting path to take, turn the TV on, and then press [Volume +] on the TV remote. You will see
Setup: How To Label The Inputs On Your TV (2007)
A step-by-step guide on how to add names to the different inputs on your TV
The Screen On My LCD TV Is Cracked.
Important: Physical damage, including cracks, punctures, and scratches to the screen or bezel, etc., are not covered by your warranty. If your LCD TV has physical damage, we will be happy to repair or fix it, but the repair will be handled as an out of warranty repair and you will be charged for
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
What Do Samsung's TV Model Numbers Mean?
Looking at a Samsung model number may be confusing at first but once you understand how it is broken up reading them becomes a breeze. For Example: UN55F8000AFXZA When we break the model number down we will learn about what it is identifying: U = LED N = Produced for North America 55 =
What Is The RGB Only Setting?
The RGB Only Mode option is used for calibration purposes only. With this option turned on the TV can apply a Red, Green, or Blue filter for use when calibrating the TV. Off: Disables RGB Only Mode. Red: Applies a Red Filter to the picture. Green: Applies a Green Filter to the picture.
How Do I Get Rid Of The Black Bars On The Sides Of My Screen?
When set to the 4:3 picture size, wide screen TVs typically have black space or bars to the left and right of the picture. To remove the black bars, you have to change your picture size. You can change the picture size in two ways: If your remote has a P. Size button, by pressing the P.
Networking: Using Windows Media Player 11 To Share Media To Your DLNA/Allshare TV
How to setup windows media player 11 to stream music, pictures, and video to your DLNA/Allshare TV
How To Use The Wireless LinkStick With Your Television
Connecting your television to your home network using the wireless Linkstick
Connect: How To Attach A Laptop Computer To Your TV
Instructions on how to connect a laptop to your TV using HDMI, HDMI-DVI, or VGA
How To Register Your Samsung Product
The easy to use guide will walk you through registering your Samsung Products
How To Update A Partial Product Registration
This easy to use guide will help you continue the registration process for your Samsung product.
How To Remove A Registered Product
This easy to use guide will help you remove a product that has been registered in error.
Why Doesn't A Wide Screen DVD Fit My Wide Screen TV?
Many older movies available on DVD, though labeled wide screen, were produced in a wide screen format (for example, Cinemascope or Academy Flat) which are a wider aspect ration than the current 16:9 wide screen TV standard. When you play one of these movies, your wide screen TV will display
What Is Gamma?
Gamma is a term used for the amount of electrical charge applied to the pixels of your screen. Having the gamma set to high will caused a washed out looking picture and the gamma set to low will cause you to have a very dark picture. Gamma and brightness are related but are not the same. A
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
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
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
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