How To Troubleshoot A Samsung 32 Inch LCD TV

Looking for information on how to troubleshoot a Samsung 32 inch LCD TV? The nice thing about most modern day televisions is that you can generally troubleshoot most basic issues on your own without having to call customer support or a repairman. Below you will see tips for troubleshooting a few common issues that may arise with your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV.

To trouble a Samsung 32 inch LCD TV, you will need:

  • A Samsung 32 inch LCD TV
  • A remote for your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV
  1. Poor Picture Quality. There is a test that you can perform on your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV to find the root cause of poor picture quality. To perform a Picture Test on your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV, simply press the MENU button on your remote control. You will then need to select Support followed by Self Diagnosis followed by Picture Test. If your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV properly displays the test image, you should check the cables for the device that you have connected to your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV, such as a cable box or DVD player.
  2. No Power. If your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV has no power, you should first check the AC cable to ensure that it is properly connected to your wall outlet or power strip. If it is connected, you should try plugging a different electronic device, such as a lamp, into the same outlet to see if the outlet is functioning properly. If you are trying to use your remote control to power your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV on and it is not working, you can try cleaning the infrared sensor on the remote and changing the batteries.
  3. Missing Channels. There is no need to worry if you Samsung 32 inch LCD TV is missing channels. This problem can be rectified by using the Plug & Play feature on your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV. To use that feature, simply press the MENU button on your remote control and scroll to Setup. You will then need to click on Plug & Play and your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV will restore all of your missing channels for you. If a problem still exists after using the Plug & Play feature, you should call your cable or satellite provider to see if there is an issue on your end.

If you are still experiencing technical difficulties with your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV after trying one of the above troubleshooting tips, you should refer to the owner's manual that came with your Samsung 32 inch LCD TV or try contacting Samsung technical support.

 

 

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