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HDMI ports indicate "no signal"

by Nepsa / July 27, 2011 10:04 PM PDT

All three HDMI ports indicate "no signal" after lighting hit on Directv . Directv box ok. MY AV works just fine. I left TV unplugged over night to reset-did not fix. It appears the HDMI ports were affected. can I order a new board. My set is a LN32A540P2D.

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HDMI ports indicate "no signal"
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / July 28, 2011 8:22 AM PDT


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by Nepsa / July 28, 2011 11:30 AM PDT

Thanks for the information. I was hoping Samsung had a technical support line where I may get an idea of the problem and then maybe call the parts number. I am Tech savy and can repair most electronic things. However, if the parts folks are anything like the Customer Care Center, I just soon forget it. Those folks need some training.

One good thing is that my component and AV ports are working just fine. Where I would like to correct the issue, I can function while searching for a replacement. Samsung Customer Service has eliminated them. My other set is a Sony and where it also took a hit, no damaged was done. I feel lucky. Thanks again for your help.

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