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Samsung Series 3 330 LCD

by Billh42641 / June 10, 2008 12:24 AM PDT

The DVD player that I have is not recognized by the TV using component cables. It is a newer DVD player hooked up to the red blue green inputs on both the TV and DVD in the second position.

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Samsung Series 3 330 lcd
by lancyal / August 11, 2008 7:40 AM PDT

Did you find a solution as my son has the same problem

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Samsung LCD Series 3 shutting down
by claude89 / January 10, 2010 6:36 AM PST

I have a 32 inch Samsung model LN32A330J10DXZA that is a little over 1 and a half years old. When I turn it on it will play for about 5-10 minutes and then just shut off. When I try turning it back on it will either shut back off or won't go on at all.

I am guessing that it is over-heating, so I put a fan blowing on the back and same thing. I also partially pulled off the back and made sure there was not any dust that would be causing it.

Any suggestions?

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Just caught this...
by Mr__S / August 17, 2008 3:37 PM PDT

First of all, I missed your question when you asked it. Allow me to extend a sincere apology for that.

Unfortunately, I don?t have enough information. What DVD players are you using? Did you switch inputs? Does the DVD player work on other televisions? If so, what resolution are they outputting? Is ?Second position? referring to the RGB output?

lancyAl: That information would be helpful also. I?ll do what I can, but I do need some information. Thanks for your understanding and patience.

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Samsung Series 3 Samsung
by miko09 / December 8, 2009 11:13 PM PST
In reply to: Just caught this...

Guys sorry to disappoint you but you just bought an LCD TV that does not last a year. I may have gotten a lemon and it broke down less than a year without even using it.

I hate samsung they sell products that don?t last.

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They really suck
by arko006 / November 30, 2010 11:25 AM PST

I agree with you miko09.I also bought a Samsung 22" LCD tv last year,and it didn't last for one year,and they are charging huge money to repair it,so I am not gonna buy any Samsung product ever,they are really bad.

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Samsung TV Series 3 300 - Still works great 7 years later.
by nonworkingstupidity / January 22, 2016 1:40 PM PST

I have had this TV since 2009 and have never had a problem with it and it is now 2016. Granted, I do not watch it every day but, it has worked great for me. It is quick too, without any delay in changing channels which is a problem with our large screen TV.

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