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Setting up with a bog standard, cheap and nasty dvd player, its plugged in and it tells the tv what 'mode' to use to play, and straight away, as soon as the power goes on, the dvd screen displays on the tv ... but ive connected it up as best i can (we have sky, so theres no actual aerial to speal of) but the tv just displays 'no signal' and never shows the dvd screen, on lucky occasions it TRIES to show it (possibly switching to 'AV MODE' on the tv ?) but after 3 seconds it will revert back to HDMI mode (sky tv mode) - do i just need some more wires -possibly 'colour to colour' leads ?

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SOURCE: Samsung 40" lcd - Connecting to PC saying 'MODE NOT SUPPORTED'

First of all, check that the TV is set on PC input when you use PC video input at the back.

Then you may also need to go to video and display properties>>settings, from control panel (personalize on Vista).

There lower down resolution and ensure that frequency is set the same as tv.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Picture Mode reverts always to Dynamic after several minutes

The set was a store demo, and the options were set so they could not be adjusted. On instruction from Samsung I pressed MENU and VOLUME buttons on the side of the set and hold for 7 seconds The display reverts to Standard from Dynamic. The Remote Options button showed Store Demo, but now shows Standard. All memory functions seem to function now. Thanks for your help.
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Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Problems with the picture mode on my samsung 46''

Your TV is in DEMO-STORE MODE.
Go to menu, find Plug & Play option, start it, and when asked, select Home Mode, than Enter and than just Exit.
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Enjoy Your TV!

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

SOURCE: digital - Weak or no signal digital coax when hdmi dvd player on

if u have placed your DVD next to your tv ... just maintain distance between then and check out

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 931B tries to come on but shuts back off

Problem solved by changing 3 capacitors (C112, C113, C316).

Replace the 470uF 25V with a good quality low ESR type and the two 820uF 25V with 1000uF 25V low ESR types.

The 1000uF caps should be 10x20 in size, however I managed to get 13x20 caps in, but it was a bit tight.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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