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  • 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]

  • My TV Is Displaying SAP (Secondary Audio Programming). What Is This And How Do I Turn It Off?

    What Is SAP? SAP stands for 'Second Audio Program'. It is an additional audio signal broadcast with a television program that you can listen to when you select the SAP mode on your TV. SAP audio usually contains a foreign-language translation. Sometimes SAP has unrelated information like news [FAQs]

  • 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. [FAQs]

  • 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]

  • 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. [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]

  • I Forgot My V-Chip Code. How Can I Reset The V-Chip Code And Access The V-Chip Features?

    To reset your Owners PIN, or password, follow these steps: Have your TV powered OFF. Press these buttons on your remote in succession Mute - 8 - 2 - 4 - Power. Mute 8 2 4 Power Your TV will turn on and the Owners PIN code has now been reset to [FAQs]

  • What Is The Best Format For Viewing A Program On My LCD TV, 4:3 Or Widescreen (16:9)?

    16:9 Aspect 4:3 Aspect The best screen size to watch your TV in depends on the original format of the program or movie you are watching. For example: If you are watching an old TV show or one that is in standard definition, the format it was likely originally filmed and [FAQs]

  • Can I Mount My LCD TV Above A Fireplace?

    Samsung LCD TVs have an operating temperature range of 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). Temperatures outside this ranges will affect the operation of the TVs and can cause damage. Consequently, you can mount your LCD TV over a working fireplace or a heater so long as the tempture where the TV [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]

  • What Do You Recommend To Clean My LCD TV?

    General Cleaning For general cleaning of both the frame and screen of your LCD TV, use a soft, clean, lint free, dry cloth. Most Samsung TVs come with a microfiber cloth that you can use for this purpose. Never use cleaning fluids, wax, or chemicals except as described below. Do not use water [FAQs]

  • Do The current Samsung LCD TVs Have QAM Tuners?

    All LCD TVs made from 2007 (LN-T) through 2011 (LNxxD) series Samsung LCD TVs have built-in ATSC/Clear QAM digital tuners. With these tuners they can receive any unscrambled (Clear) QAM digital channels transmitted by your cable or satellite company. They can't, however, receive scrambled QAM [FAQs]

  • HDMI PC Connection: Text Is Fuzzy / Image Isn't Clear

    Common complaints when connecting a computer to the TV are; the text on the screen is fuzzy or that images seem grainy. This is because the TV's scaling is set for standard HDMI input. To resolve these image issues you simply need to rename the input PC or PC DVI. Once renamed the TV will [FAQs]

  • What Is HDMI?

    HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is an uncompressed, all-digital audio and video interface format. It lets you connect any digital audio and video source, such as a DVD player or set-top box, to any digital audio and video display device such as a digital television (DTV), with a [FAQs]

  • What Is The Power Consumption Of My TV In Watts?

    To find the power consumption of your TV you can look in three places; On the back of your TV there will be a sticker that will contain the power consumption of the unit as well as other information. In the specifications portion of your user manual. To download a copy of your user manual [FAQs]

  • What Is Your Policy On Defective Pixels?

    Depending on the resolution of your TV set you will have approximately 1 million to 8.3 million pixels on a typical LCD panel. Resolutions Pixels on Screen 1366 x 768 1,049,088 1920 x 1080 2,073,600 3840 x 2160 (4K) 8,294,400 The action Samsung will take [FAQs]

  • What Is The VESA Mount Size For Most Mountable Samsung LCD TVs?

    Mount Sizes for Current Samsung VESA Compatible LCD TVs 2011 (LNxxD) Series LCD Note: The wall mount specifications are given in millimeters. For example: the VESA mount size for 19 to 22 inch LCD TVs is 75 millimeters by 75 millimeters. 2009 and 2010 (LNxxB and LNxxC) Series LCD TVs [FAQs]

  • What Is The Best Video Connection To Use Between My Cable Box And TV?

    The best video connection for cable depends on the connections that are available on your cable box and your TV. HD (High Definition) Cable Boxes HD boxes and televisions have Component connections (Pb, Pr, and Y), DVI, and/or HDMI connections. If your cable company transmits digital channels, [FAQs]

  • 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 A Built In HDTV Tuner?

    All 2013 (F Models) Samsung TVs have a built-in HDTV (ATSC and QAM digital) tuner but do not have NTSC (analog) tuners. All 2012 (E Models) Samsung TVs have a built-in HDTV (ATSC and QAM digital) tuner but do not have NTSC (analog) tuners. All 2011 (D Models) Samsung TVs have a built-in HDTV [FAQs]

  • Can I Put My LCD TV Outside?

    We recommend against putting your LCD TV outside. The large changes in outdoor temperature and humidity could cause your LCD to malfunction. [FAQs]

  • What Is Contrast Ratio?

    The contrast ratio indicates the difference in light intensity (luminance) measured in cd/m2 (candelas per square meter) between the brightest white on an LCD TV screen and the darkest black. It is calculated by subtracting the value of the darkest black from the brightest white, then dividing [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]

  • What Is QAM? What Is Unscrambled QAM?

    QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation) is a method of combining two amplitude-modulated signals into a single channel. QAM effectively doubles the amount of information a system can transmit over the same bandwidth. Many cable TV companies transmitting digital signals use the QAM format to [FAQs]

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