Samsung TV are dual voltage?

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The label on the set wins.

Most models have text that says something like "Specifications subject to change."

This means that the label and manual that came with your set override what you found on the web.

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Thanks for replying asap. I do not understand what do you. mean ?

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What was unclear?

I noted no less than two points. You have to tell me what you don't understand.

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samsung TV voltage

I have 10 Samsung LED TVs and they are labeled as 110-120v but the internal power supply boards are marked as Input voltage 100-240v 50/60hz. I can confirm that they only are NTSC for the coaxial input.

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Be aware

We need to warn those that do not abide by the labeled input voltage have no warranty if they exceed the input voltage.

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I can confirm that the One connect box for The Q7FN purchased in the US is rated 100-240V. The label on the box reads 120V, I opened the box and the rating on the motherboard is 100-240V.
Put it back together again plugged straight in to 240V outlet in Europe and it works just fine. No worries about different TV signals between EUR/US, since I use a reciever from my service provider and connect it via HDMI....

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