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Samsung LN52B630N1F

After 13 months of flawless display, my TV decided to only recognize one of the 4 HDMI Ports. Although I have 4 devices connected to the 4 ports, I can only see one device and that same device is displayed on all 4 ports even with the other devices plugged-in and switched on. I have upgraded the TV to the latest firmware. Changed all the HDMI cables, plugged and unplugged all the devices one at a time, reset the TV and disconnected from my network. Nothing seems to work. Samsung Technical support said they never heard of this happening and could offer no help except to set up a service call. Any ideas??

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In reply to: Samsung LN52B630N1F

Register your set at and you might get 3 more months of warranty.

Now it won't cost you to get it fixed.

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No Luck.

In reply to: Yes!

I did register the product, but according to Smsung, you must register your product within 11 Months of purchase to get the additional 3 months of Extended Warranty. Looks like I am going to have it professionally serviced. Really brings into question the quality of Samsung products. I did a little research after this problem, and there are a lot of posts about some major issues with Samsung TV's. I have always liked Samsung but now I may need to try a different brand like LG.

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No Luck

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I'm sorry to hear that you're having this issue with this warranty situation.

If you post back with your service transaction number from your last call to Samsung's call center, I'll be happy to have someone review the case and see if we can help. If you don't have one, try calling back to get serviced, and if you're denied again, ask for a number and post it here.

If I don't respond within a day, please be patient, as I just got back from the CES Show, and will be catching up on - literally - hundreds of posts.


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Transaction Number

In reply to: No Luck

I got a ticket number "2012795751". I also got a Transaction Number "5001083788" before I realized that that the warranty has expired one month earlier. Hope you can help. Thanks.

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WOW.... $400 to Fix

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Well looks like this is going to be my last Samsung ever. I'll go back to Toshiba where I had 7 years of service without a hitch!!!!!

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