SAMSUNG LN37B550K1F LCD TV DRIVER DETAILS:
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SAMSUNG LN37B550K1F LCD TV DRIVER
The more recent Amazon reviews as well as a youtube post are documenting this.
In the youtube post replies they described how a repair person fixed the problem. A couple other subsequent posts were from people who took this knowledge and fixed their own TVs.
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They gave a quick summary of how they did it and thank goodness they did, that's the instructions I used when fixing my own set and so I thought I would "pay it forward" and give a bit more detailed explanation including Samsung LN37B550K1F LCD TV of how I fixed my own Samsung. Hope this helps someone.
This is how it looked before "surgery". Next I lifted off the little holder doomagiggie of both sides.
Samsung LN37BK1FXZA TV Parts
This seems to be a good time to mention that I have no idea if this is the quickest way to get to pay dirt. For all I know, there might be a 1 latch solution to get to where we're going that would have saved me half an hour.
Now I unscrewed this thingamabob from the bottom and moved it off to the side. Next I removed the 6 silver screws which held the black front bezel in place.
Samsung LCD TV showing negative image
Pinch and pull will get it off there. The second one said the problem was the TV and since it's 32" I would have to send it in for repairs at my cost, of course.
I'm really at my wit's end. I loved this TV and it worked so well thus far. I really hoped it would last a few more years at least.
It would be a shame to just throw it away. I can't help but wonder if I accidentally pressed some buttons on the side in some weird combination that sent the picture into negative.
I can't help but think there is some simple solution, some button combination or obscure setting, that will solve this problem with ease. Anybody out there encounter something similar? If this can't be fixed at less than great expense, I'll have to get a new TV.
And it doubt it will be another Samsung, if there isn't some give here. Visit Samsung today for LN37B Manuals and Downloads.
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