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How to Connect The Wireless Module for Home Theater

May 4, 2016 11:56PM PDT

I have recently Bought a Home Theater Model Samsung ht-j5550wk.
Managed to connect everything but cant connect the Rear surround speakers to the Wireless Module Model No SWA 7000. I have tried the 0-1-3-5 method, and Resetting the small switch behind it but no changes. The light turns blue, but after a few seconds the Blue and red lights flashes on & on There is no sound coming from the rear speakers and the center one. However, it does show "Wireless Speakers Ready" in the DVD unit. Please help me out as this is now driving me nuts!

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That model's not truly wireless, is it?
May 5, 2016 7:05AM PDT

From what I remember, there are still small black wires that need to be connected to a power module. Have you done this yet?

If so, and the standard factory reset doesn't work, you should post this in the Samsung sub-forum. Sorry.

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Just one tip from the field on this.
May 5, 2016 8:14AM PDT

When pairing, have the sender and the speaker next to each other. Don't place the surround speakers across the room yet. If that fails, it's defective, back it goes or you call Samsung for repair, service.

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ust one tip from the field on this
May 5, 2016 11:12PM PDT

Yeah i didn't try that as i kept the speakers apart. Let me try this. The blue light is activating (flashing then stays constant on, but as soon as i turn on the DVD the Red Standby light starts to flash)

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