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post #7291 of 7736 Old 06-21-2014, 08:34 AM
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Unhappy No Signal

Woke up this morning and my 4.5 month old UN65F8000 has no signal on any HDMI port. I have tried:

* Multiple sources
* All HDMI ports
* Multiple HDMI cables

Called support. They had me reset it (of course) to no avail so they are calling me back in a couple of hours.

Have any of you experienced this? I didn't find anything on a "signal" search of the forums. Is there an "easy" fix or is something dead in the processor?

It *does* recognize the cable being plugged in. It highlights the proper port when I use source, and as I unplug/plug devices in, it goes back into signal search, then fails.

Thanks!
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do you think they will make a 4k upgrade in a evolution kit for the f8000?
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do you think they will make a 4k upgrade in a evolution kit for the f8000?
Not possible, it would require the replacement of the panel.
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Here is some information from when I was experimenting with Smart LED 15 months ago. Upon rereading I've decided that the best chance of an accurate calibration with Smart LED enabled is probably using the LOW setting.

Official Samsung UNxxF8000 Owners Thread

and

Official Samsung UNxxF8000 Owners Thread
Buzzard, I am eager to see what values you come up with for movie mode
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Woke up this morning and my 4.5 month old UN65F8000 has no signal on any HDMI port. I have tried:

* Multiple sources
* All HDMI ports
* Multiple HDMI cables

Called support. They had me reset it (of course) to no avail so they are calling me back in a couple of hours.

Have any of you experienced this? I didn't find anything on a "signal" search of the forums. Is there an "easy" fix or is something dead in the processor?

It *does* recognize the cable being plugged in. It highlights the proper port when I use source, and as I unplug/plug devices in, it goes back into signal search, then fails.

Thanks!
Hi had a similar problem , turns out it was the main board that needed to be replaced.

Sounds like that is your problem , tell Samsung that you have changed all the HDMI cables and still nothing.

Main board is an easy fix , the guy that came out to do mine was done in about half an hour.

Warranty = free.

Cost for main board is about 347.00 , labor about 400.00


Later ,

G. 
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Hi had a similar problem , turns out it was the main board that needed to be replaced.

Sounds like that is your problem , tell Samsung that you have changed all the HDMI cables and still nothing.

Main board is an easy fix , the guy that came out to do mine was done in about half an hour.

Warranty = free.

Cost for main board is about 347.00 , labor about 400.00


Later ,

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Looks like I better get the extended warranty for my F8000 purchase. With the problems you all are seeing with F8000, does the extended warranty worth it or these problems usually surfaced within first 12 months of warranty coverage period? Thanks!
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Looks like I better get the extended warranty for my F8000 purchase. With the problems you all are seeing with F8000, does the extended warranty worth it or these problems usually surfaced within first 12 months of warranty coverage period? Thanks!
My F8000 failed within about 6 months of purchase.

I registered my tv at Samsung.com so I got an extra 3 months.

Would I buy an extended warranty , I don`t know , Samsung offered me a 1 year plan for around 120.00.

My tv is fine , if I don`t get the ex... warranty , thats fine , I will just pick up the H8000.


There way there are not a lot of choices for tv`s that need to fit in a certain location.
Size wise I could go with either the 48" H8000 or the new Sony XBR "49

I have always had Sony , this is my first Samsung.

Good luck

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So I purchased a 65f8000 a few months ago and have loved it so far. However I have been watching the World Cup the past few days and when the camera pans across the field I notice a lot of dark vertical lines in the picture. Now I can't stop noticing it. Does anyone else have this problem with their f8000's?
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So I purchased a 65f8000 a few months ago and have loved it so far. However I have been watching the World Cup the past few days and when the camera pans across the field I notice a lot of dark vertical lines in the picture. Now I can't stop noticing it. Does anyone else have this problem with their f8000's?
vertical line is indicative of the source signal. I don't see it when I watch the world cup but I am using the antenna.

My dad on the other hand has comcast and depending on the channel, he would get that vertical line every now and then. Nothing to do on our end. It is 100% from the source.

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For owners of 75 inch F8000, can you do me a favor and help to measure the distance between the two stems of the TV stand please? Thanks!

My TV cabinet length is only 59 inch and I believe as long as the two stems of the TV stand are within that distance the TV should not topple. I saw a 65 inch F8000 at Best Buy with its TV stand two ends protruded from their TV stand and it still looks pretty stable.
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For owners of 75 inch F8000, can you do me a favor and help to measure the distance between the two stems of the TV stand please? Thanks!

My TV cabinet length is only 59 inch and I believe as long as the two stems of the TV stand are within that distance the TV should not topple. I saw a 65 inch F8000 at Best Buy with its TV stand two ends protruded from their TV stand and it still looks pretty stable.
I'm pretty sure it's close to width of the panel itself, so ~67".
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I'm pretty sure it's close to width of the panel itself, so ~67".
What I mean is not the extreme end of the TV stand, I know it is pretty close to the panel width itself. I am actually referring to the distance between the two stems that connects the TV stand to the TV.
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vertical line is indicative of the source signal. I don't see it when I watch the world cup but I am using the antenna.

My dad on the other hand has comcast and depending on the channel, he would get that vertical line every now and then. Nothing to do on our end. It is 100% from the source.
Is there a way to test this? Because I don't see it on any of the other tv's in my home. And the dark areas are always in the same spot.
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Is there a way to test this? Because I don't see it on any of the other tv's in my home. And the dark areas are always in the same spot.
put up the grayscale patterns in 5% increments. if these pass without the anomaly, play some blu-ray movies you are familiar with, with fast action and high contrast scenes. if you see a problem, rewind back and see if it repeats at the same point in time.
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Is there a way to test this? Because I don't see it on any of the other tv's in my home. And the dark areas are always in the same spot.


Sounds like you got some vertical banding, do a search to find out about it.
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The vertical line I was speaking of is below.




It comes and goes depending on the channel. Thanks Comcast!
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HPQ, thanks for responding but thats isn't the issue I'm seeing. Mine seems more like its due to uneven backlighting, its just slightly darker lines throughout the picture. Some seem like they are about an inch thick.
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The vertical line I was speaking of is below.




It comes and goes depending on the channel. Thanks Comcast!
I saw just that on 3net from directv. mine appears and disappears on the left side of the screen. Its annoying, and so far I've only noticed it on directv 3net, if it appears on any other source it may be a sign of a panel beginning to fail.
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I saw just that on 3net from directv. mine appears and disappears on the left side of the screen. Its annoying, and so far I've only noticed it on directv 3net, if it appears on any other source it may be a sign of a panel beginning to fail.
For my dad's tv, we suspect it is the source. When we hook up blu ray, we never see the line..

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HPQ, thanks for responding but thats isn't the issue I'm seeing. Mine seems more like its due to uneven backlighting, its just slightly darker lines throughout the picture. Some seem like they are about an inch thick.
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I purchased a 65" f8000 last week, with a 4yr extended warranty at BestBuy here in Canada. The tv will be coming up on our yearly sealift ship (as I live in the arctic, air freight is the only other option to ship it up, which costs alot of $$$$). So I'm interested in what wall mounts you all are using, I've searched and searched, but finding one post here and there is very time consuming . I currently have a Panasonic Viera Plasma 58" 800U which I've been pleased with, but the blacks don't seem as deep as when I purchased it in 2008. I can't wait to get my Samsung 65" LED, which will finally arrive in late August!
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I purchased a 65" f8000 last week, with a 4yr extended warranty at BestBuy here in Canada. The tv will be coming up on our yearly sealift ship (as I live in the arctic, air freight is the only other option to ship it up, which costs alot of $$$$). So I'm interested in what wall mounts you all are using, I've searched and searched, but finding one post here and there is very time consuming . I currently have a Panasonic Viera Plasma 58" 800U which I've been pleased with, but the blacks don't seem as deep as when I purchased it in 2008. I can't wait to get my Samsung 65" LED, which will finally arrive in late August!
I'm guessing you'll have the nicest TV in your neighborhood!
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I'm guessing you'll have the nicest TV in your neighborhood!
There are actually quite a few people up here with pretty nice sets. Not much to do in 24-hr darkness I guess . I'm looking for a tv wall mount that would span 2 wall studs. I'm not sure what type to get either, tilting, extendable, etc... Looking for any advice at this point.
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Does anybody know exactly where i can find the UN65F8000 model in stores...I live in NY and it seems nobody is carrying them anymore due to the updated version model H8000 which is curved.
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I purchased a 65" f8000 last week, with a 4yr extended warranty at BestBuy here in Canada. The tv will be coming up on our yearly sealift ship (as I live in the arctic, air freight is the only other option to ship it up, which costs alot of $$$$). So I'm interested in what wall mounts you all are using, I've searched and searched, but finding one post here and there is very time consuming . I currently have a Panasonic Viera Plasma 58" 800U which I've been pleased with, but the blacks don't seem as deep as when I purchased it in 2008. I can't wait to get my Samsung 65" LED, which will finally arrive in late August!
I have mine wall mounted and I am using model SM-T-XL from snap av that my dealer got me. See link here.

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I have mine wall mounted and I am using model SM-T-XL from snap av that my dealer got me. See link here.
Thanks HPQ, Looks like a great wall mount. I think I'll go with a tilting mount like the one you showed me. I like that it isn't too close to the wall, but also not so far away from it either. How difficult is it to place it high/low enough on the wall, as I'm planning on having my soundbar rested on my tv stand. I just don't want to wall mount the tv, then find afterwards its either too high or too low.
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There are actually quite a few people up here with pretty nice sets. Not much to do in 24-hr darkness I guess . I'm looking for a tv wall mount that would span 2 wall studs. I'm not sure what type to get either, tilting, extendable, etc... Looking for any advice at this point.
I just purchased this one from amazon:, good reviews and a decent price.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001L6EPCQ/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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I just purchased this one from amazon:, good reviews and a decent price.

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I'll check out their Canadian website when I get home. Thanks guys!!
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Thanks HPQ, Looks like a great wall mount. I think I'll go with a tilting mount like the one you showed me. I like that it isn't too close to the wall, but also not so far away from it either. How difficult is it to place it high/low enough on the wall, as I'm planning on having my soundbar rested on my tv stand. I just don't want to wall mount the tv, then find afterwards its either too high or too low.
See my signature for pictures of the tv on the wall and how it looks. Very easy install actually.

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See my signature for pictures of the tv on the wall and how it looks. Very easy install actually.
Thats exactly what I'm looking for. Your setup looks so clean. I think I'm going to find the wires (HDMI and power) of my setup annoying since they'll be visible unlike yours. Unfortunately I live in a rental unit so I won't be able to do much about that. How high up is your tv from the floor to the top of the wall mount bracket? And how high up is the top of the tv from the floor? Just to give me an idea on where to place my wall mount once my tv comes in.
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