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Deleting a channel?

by tfierens / January 8, 2009 8:40 AM PST

Hi,

I've recently got a 40' Samsung Series 6 and I want to know and how to delete channels that were created via the auto-store?

It has duplicate channels and I simply want to remove them as I do not like have to flicker through channels I already have defined elsewhere.

I've looked through the manual, the web and the Menu of the TV and I cannot find anything on how to do this?

Can you please help?

Thanks.

T.

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Page 37
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / January 13, 2009 12:12 PM PST
In reply to: Deleting a channel?

Sorry for the delay, and thanks for your patience.

Page 37 lists how to erase and add channels that were loaded during the auto-tune function. This should help get rid of those unwanted channels.

Keep me posted.

--HDTech

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Blocking adult channels on freeview
by Tallulahxx / March 3, 2011 5:41 PM PST
In reply to: Page 37

Hi does anybody know how to block adult channels on freeview on my samsung lcd tv. the model number is sp01.
Ive tried but cannot seem to work it out and i have just become a foster carer and would like to keep the children in my care safe.
Any help would be so greatful
Thank you.

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Re: freeview
by Kees_B Forum moderator / March 3, 2011 6:03 PM PST

As far as I can see at http://www.freeview.co.uk/ freeview is a hardware box, totally independent of your TV. That box lets you choose from channels, and any channel you choose is just displayed on the TV, be it a Samsung or a LG or a Sony. So blocking channels (or password protecting them) should be done via the box. How to do that should be in the freeview manuals and help stuff.

It might matter what kind of subscription you have: normal, HD, or +HD. If you can tell that, maybe one of our UK members knows more about the blocking.

Kees

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Parental Controls.
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / March 3, 2011 8:49 PM PST

Well I use Freeview myself so next time I am using it I will check the options, but I found this at Freeview's own web site;

"Does Freeview have a parental lock facility?

All programmes are broadcast without viewing restrictions. Some digital boxes and TVs have a parental lock included in their specification which will enable you to control what can be viewed. We recommend speaking to your local retailer for more information
".

http://www.freeview.co.uk/Resolutions/About-Products/General/Does-Freeview-have-a-parental-lock-facility

So it looks like it depends which digital box you have.

Mark

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deleting a channel
by gunboyz / March 17, 2011 11:32 AM PDT
In reply to: Page 37

I have the same problem, I have a unc55 6400 series. In the tools there is no DELETE option. My series 6 LED tv user manual has photos and playing multiple files on page 37???

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deleting a channel on Samsung smart TV
by victormoo / May 15, 2011 11:55 AM PDT
In reply to: deleting a channel

An alternative is to add the channels in the same group of favorites, then in the function "smart hub" there is a option "favorites" where you can select the group( "enter" in one channel inside), this action leaves only active channels you had selected previusly.

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deleteing channels
by caltonis-22269501426647984994812572886615 / June 7, 2011 3:40 AM PDT
In reply to: Page 37

I
have the same problem, I have a un d40 6000 series, serial no.z2zf3ceb418787. In the "tools" there
is no DELETE option. My series 6 LED tv user manual has photos and
playing multiple files on page 37??? I note that several posters are having the same result, vis a vis that when "tool" is activated in the channel mode, there is no "delete" option in the pull down menu. I have an ln40a650 which does have the delete option under tools, but no such option is apparent on this model. Is it a software glitch?

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deleting
by gunboyz / March 17, 2011 11:33 AM PDT
In reply to: Deleting a channel?

did you get an answer because p37 doesnt help me at all??

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Deleting a channel on Samsung UN55D6050TFZXA television
by maxguard / August 8, 2011 4:43 PM PDT
In reply to: Deleting a channel?

The only way to delete channels is as follows:

1. Press SMART on your remote
2. Select "Channel"
3. Select the channel you want to delete
4. Go to upper right hand corner and select the small icon on the right with check mark symbols on it
5. Now you can delete that channel.

Maxguard

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Editing unwanted channels
by 145254ss / October 19, 2012 2:07 PM PDT

This worked great! You da man Dude!

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Thanks!
by Seano321 / December 1, 2012 9:10 AM PST

Thanks mate! More helpful than Samsung!

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Thank you so much!
by Tygress233 / August 5, 2013 2:24 AM PDT

I spent 20 minutes trying to figure this out myself, read the manual, google searched - thank you for actually helping me to delete these channels!!!

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