Samsung Plasma TV Repair Tips

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Samsung Plasma TV Repair Tips
Plasma TV screens are made up of tiny pixels. (full hd lcd tv image by mattmatt73 from Fotolia.com)

Samsung is one of the largest electronic companies in the world and produces a vast array of appliances including semiconductors and media appliances, including Plasma TVs. Plasma TVs have screens made up of small dots called pixels, which are shielded by a phosphorous coating. Each of these pixels contain sub-pixels imbued with red, green or blue phosphor. These pixels contain gases such as xenon and neon that become active when powered by electrodes.

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Volume Issues

If your television seems to have a low volume problem even when turned up to significant levels, there may be an issue with the device that you have connected to your Samsung plasma television. In most cases, if the TV itself is producing volume, the fault is with an external device. Any device that you connect to your TV, such as a DVD player or console, will have its own settings to regulate volume. Use the remote control for the device to access and adjust the volume settings. You can adjust the sound level of the device until you are happy with the output from the Samsung television.

No Video Message

If your Samsung television is outputting audio but not pictures, then it may be due to an external device that you have connected to the television. Devices which may cause this problem include cable receiving boxes, DVD players and games consoles. If this problem occurs, make sure the cables that link the device to your Samsung plasma television are securely fitted in the correct sockets. If this fails to remedy the problem, connect another device with the same wires to see if the wires are at fault.

Blurry Image

Blurry or fuzzy pictures on Samsung plasma televisions are caused by a poorly set sharpness setting. Sharpness levels can be adjusted by pressing the menu button on your remote control and selecting the "Picture" icon on screen. Once the "Mode" option comes up, move down to the "Sharpness" icon and press "Enter." You can now adjust the sharpness levels to your requirements by pressing the left and right arrows.

Picture Is Black and White

If your Samsung television has a black and white only picture, you should ensure that all the cables are securely connected to the correct sockets. You should have left and right cables (which are usually red and white) which channel the video output from the rear of your Samsung television. If the cables are correctly connected, access the menu screen on your television and restore it to its original factory settings.

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