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post #2731 of 2744 Old 09-19-2014, 07:30 AM
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You can probably just lubricate the fan. I did two of mine in my Samsung HL67A750 while I was in there replacing the DLP chip. I have done this on my desktop PC fans quite a few times and it really helps. It is very easy to do.

There is a Youtube 'how to' video on lubricating a fan but I don't have enough posts to include it. A quick YouTube search will bring up quite a few videos on it.
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I've had mine since 2008 and about two weeks ago noticed a white dot just above-right of center. Googled a bit and learned about the DMD chip failure issue. By the time I called Samsung support last Thursday I had three white dots. Over the weekend two more appeared. Samsung authorized a replacement for the DMD chip with me paying only for labor costs (~$200). Actually it's more complicated than that one rep said it was authorized but forgot to give me a service transaction number, and when I called back to get a service transaction number, the next (VERY rude) rep said my TV was not covered. I called back today and escalated just to figure out which was the case and they verified that it's covered for a one-time replacement. The part is ordered and should be installed by the authorized service center soon.

I've also had two of my three HDMI inputs go out. Only HDMI3 works now. The other two show "Mode Not Supported". I'm using HDMI switching on my receiver so it's not a big thing, but I am concerned that the third will go out and I'll either have to pay for more repairs or break down and get another screen.

It's been a good TV and I'm pleased that Samsung is actually covering a significant portion of the repair on a six year old screen, but I am disappointed with what now seems to be three failed components.
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Since mine had one bad pixtal last month and still only 1 and its at the very edge, I'm not going to order a new one until I start seeing more. The chip cost less than the install.
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First minor hiccup- Fan #2 is becoming noisy. Tried looking for a part number/replacement fan with no luck. Can anyone point me to the right one?

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Same here with mine. Lubed the original fan but it still made a little noise. I hooked up a nice 60mm ball bearing pc case fan to it, but it started giving me the fan error message. Looked for a new fan but can't seem to find one.

Can anyone point me to a place I can order a new one from?
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Unhappy 1st White Dot appeared last Friday, after 6 years of ownership.

Of course, it had to show up nearly dead-center onscreen. Very distracting , to say the least .
Ordered the DMD chip from ShopJimmy, along with an installation kit.
Will tackle it this week. Wish me luck.


Any tips would be greatly appreciated .
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Question. I got a soundbar for my HL50A650C for Xmas. This soundbar has optical in and only accepts PCM 2 channel. I saw in the manual for all HDMI inputs the TV outputs PCM 2 channel. Which is right because the soundbar works with my DVD player and Roku. The manual also says the TVs OTA tuner outputs Dolby 5.1. Which also seems correct as the OTA TV signal sound will not play through the soundbar.


I there any way to get this model TV to output PCM 2 channel for the OTA channels through the audio optical output. I think the answer is no but I just want to make sure. Thanks!
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no screen and all lights blinking, sounds like the Led driver board, i did lots of research and mine seems bad, looks corroded, but the rest of the components look good, oh and ANYONE know where i can get the Led driver board part number BP94-02327A, for less then $100 shopjimmy is out of stoc.
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4th stuck mirror appeared today

1st one showed up about 2 months ago. 2nd about 2 weeks ago. 3rd arrived a couple days ago. Time to replace the DMD chip.
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Dreaded white dot

One appeared last night right after the Superbowl. I'm really annoyed in the fact that this TV has had extremely light use. There are weeks I sometimes don't use it.

I might just punt and get rid of it now.

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I've had mine since 2008 and about two weeks ago noticed a white dot just above-right of center. Googled a bit and learned about the DMD chip failure issue. By the time I called Samsung support last Thursday I had three white dots. Over the weekend two more appeared. Samsung authorized a replacement for the DMD chip with me paying only for labor costs (~$200). Actually it's more complicated than that one rep said it was authorized but forgot to give me a service transaction number, and when I called back to get a service transaction number, the next (VERY rude) rep said my TV was not covered. I called back today and escalated just to figure out which was the case and they verified that it's covered for a one-time replacement. The part is ordered and should be installed by the authorized service center soon.

I've also had two of my three HDMI inputs go out. Only HDMI3 works now. The other two show "Mode Not Supported". I'm using HDMI switching on my receiver so it's not a big thing, but I am concerned that the third will go out and I'll either have to pay for more repairs or break down and get another screen.

It's been a good TV and I'm pleased that Samsung is actually covering a significant portion of the repair on a six year old screen, but I am disappointed with what now seems to be three failed components.
Are you trying to say these chips are covered for a one time replacement? I just started to get the white dots as well. Is there a contact number you can give me? Thanks.
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Are you trying to say these chips are covered for a one time replacement? I just started to get the white dots as well. Is there a contact number you can give me? Thanks.
Yes if that's the case it might be worth repairing.

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Are you trying to say these chips are covered for a one time replacement? I just started to get the white dots as well. Is there a contact number you can give me? Thanks.
Yes, the DMD chip on this TV is covered for a one-time replacement where they foot the bill for the parts and you foot the bill for the labor. As I mentioned, I had three different experiences calling their customer support with the first rep saying it was covered, the second (very rudely!) saying it was not, and the third (when I calmed down from the second and called back) confirming that it was and setting everything up for me. My total out-of-pocket was a little over $200 and the TV looks great again!

No specific contact number...just call Samsung Tech Support. Good luck and be persistent!

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I just chatted with their tech support. They denied there's any issue of the sort. Nice! I will try the 800 number so I can cuss at a live person.

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Yes, the DMD chip on this TV is covered for a one-time replacement where they foot the bill for the parts and you foot the bill for the labor. As I mentioned, I had three different experiences calling their customer support with the first rep saying it was covered, the second (very rudely!) saying it was not, and the third (when I calmed down from the second and called back) confirming that it was and setting everything up for me. My total out-of-pocket was a little over $200 and the TV looks great again!

No specific contact number...just call Samsung Tech Support. Good luck and be persistent!
Samsung tech chat is asking me for a transaction number to prove that they are covering the part cost of a one time replacement. Would you happen to have that information still, and be willing to share it so that they can reference it?
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