Samsung smart TV h6400 display

I was watching YouTube on my smart TV, suddenly I saw negative like video with white images on the screen. I exited from YouTube and looked at TV (set top box connected with HDMI ) it also showed the same type of video but menu and other imges was shown nice. Then I turned off and on it again everything was good. Its been only 2 month I bought the TV.
Is this because my display panel is going to damage or it is software issue ? Why this happened?

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Flash and YouTube have been iffy for years. Many TV makers have found it difficult to implement Flash since Adobe dropped it for their platforms years ago. If rebooting fixes it, then that may be as good as it gets.

Sorry to write the bad news.

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Re: H6400

Are you watching YouTube via the YouTube Application?

We would recommend watching directly from the application. Also, make sure that the unit is completely up to date on firmware.

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Yes I use YouTube app downloaded from Samsung app store to watch YouTube videos

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Re: Yes

If the firmware is completely up to date on the unit and it continues the symptoms described, I would recommend reaching out to our Remote Management team, so we can see the symptoms first hand to find the best way to tackle it. Please call 1-800-726-7864.

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