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think my samsung tv 32 inch has died :(

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tried diff power supply but getting no power (no stand by light) :( Read More
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[mod] 7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
tried diff power supply but getting no power (no stand by light) :(
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[mod] 7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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[mod]#1
model code LE32S73BDXJXEU
VERSION PP06
banned#2
Punch it ?
[mod]#3
ryman1000
Punch it ?


tried that lol :(
#4
out of warranty?
[mod]#5
dontdothatagain
out of warranty?


yup :( im knackered :(
#6
You probably have but have you tried a different socket ?
Otherwise, as previously sugested, punching it may help relieve your anger with it :P
#7
goonertillidie;8217661
yup :( im knackered :(


Unfortunate. Should have lasted longer than it has. Less than 2 years? Sure you're entitled to a refund/replacement according to EU law or something similar. :)
#8
can I sneak in here and ask if my 22" lcd has def died - it keeps switching off onto standby? sorry OP but saves me posting up a new thread

(tv around 5yrs but not used much - a bedroom tv)
[mod]#9
ErrorOperator
You probably have but have you tried a different socket ?
Otherwise, as previously sugested, punching it may help relieve your anger with it :P


yep tried everything i can think of ,i know power is getting to the cable,but no standby light :cry:

might have to claim off insurance
[mod] 1 Like #10
bossyboots
can I sneak in here and ask if my 22" lcd has def died - it keeps switching off onto standby? sorry OP but saves me posting up a new thread

(tv around 5yrs but not used much - a bedroom tv)


u threadjacker you :-D course i dont mind :thumbsup:
#11
bossyboots
can I sneak in here and ask if my 22" lcd has def died - it keeps switching off onto standby? sorry OP but saves me posting up a new thread

(tv around 5yrs but not used much - a bedroom tv)


Surely thats something simple like a faulty capicator on one of the power boards.
[mod]#12
Adam2050
Surely thats something simple like a faulty capicator on one of the power boards.


what about ME :-D
#13
goonertillidie
what about ME :-D


It was probably you he meant. Samsung have been seeding their TVs with self-destructing underspec'd capacitors for quite a while. Open your telly up and look at the internal PSU, bet there's a bunch of caps on it that have swollen or popped.
[mod]#14
dxx
It was probably you he meant. Samsung have been seeding their TVs with self-destructing underspec'd capacitors for quite a while. Open your telly up and look at the internal PSU, bet there's a bunch of caps on it that have swollen or popped.


will have a quick look tomorrow, it did smell like a burnt hairdryer so poss could be that :x
#15
Adam2050
Surely thats something simple like a faulty capicator on one of the power boards.


:o what does that mean! what do we do!

not long Adam till THE BIG DAY for you:-D
[mod]#16
bossyboots
:o what does that mean! what do we do!

not long Adam till THE BIG DAY for you:-D


u need a flux capacitor:thumbsup:
#17
you dont have to claim off insurance .. you can go back to the retailer you got it from as electricals like tvs are to last a min of 6 years ... my best advice is to call Consumer Direct .. This laptop am on now cost me £2000 when i bought it about 4 years ago when it was 3 years old the motherboard died .. the retailer paid £450 for a new one fitting .. and all the help i got was from Consumers Direct ..
#18
goonertillidie
u need a flux capacitor:thumbsup:


:oops: thankyou! will quietly leave you thread and thankyou for having me :-D
#19
Budgie2k7
you dont have to claim off insurance .. you can go back to the retailer you got it from as electricals like tvs are to last a min of 6 years..


This is true (5 years in Scotland).

Go back to the retailer after looking up the 6 year rule online.:thumbsup:

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