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Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Jul 09, 2019


I have had the same problem with the wireless unit and thought the same, it didn't work. The way to fix this is simple. You need to do the 0, 1, 3, 5 on the remote and turn on the home theatre system on the main switch on the front panel (as I was doing this on the remote, and it was failing). The blue light should then stay illuminated. If not just switch the main on/off button again, and it shoud work.

Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Feb 21, 2019


If it's the home theatre system i think it is that error refers to the rear speakers in which the wireless connection is either unstable or not working at all. make sure to give more info when asking for help.

Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Sep 07, 2013


turn the main dvd player off, and press 0,1,3,5 on your remote, then turn on the player and the rear wireless receiver at as close to the same time as you can. should then light up the blue "link" light permanently.

Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Jul 25, 2013


I was having poor audio from the back speakers and didn't even know it; intermittently I'd hear them jump in volume, so myself being a little adventurous, decided to push the ID set button on the back, totally losing my ilnk... after digging and playing, I figured it out:
1.) Turn off the Head (main) Unit 2.) Power on the wireless receiver, being sure it is away from routers, other BT devices, etc. 3.) Push the "ID Set" button on the back of the wireless device and hold it until the lights on its front panel flash. 4.) Point the system's remote control at the Head Unit and punch in 0135.  Its light should turn from red to blue. 5.) Perform step 3 again. 6.) Power on the head unit.
Should link up.
Might be some redundancy there, but it works :)
Also I found that after a few cycles It seemed to work better (perhaps cycled to a better channel?)

Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Jun 21, 2013


No. A stand-alone 3d player will not have an amp in it to power the speakers. You would be better off purchasing a new 3d surround system.

Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Jan 17, 2013


press and hold the stop button for 5 seconds.then check out.
click the link directly
Download the complete
user guide (2990 Ko)

this is the direct link for the user manual.in that you will have to check the troubleshooting procedure to clear this error of continues flashing power button .
This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya.

Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Nov 22, 2012


The problem is in the laser pickup assembly, the stepper motor that moves the laser is sticking on the worm gear or excessive ware on the gear linkage is preventing it from moving.

Samsung SWA-4000 | Answered on Mar 14, 2012

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