I'm having a strange problem with my Samsung HLR5667W and I want to avoid having the tech come back again (read: Wait 4-5 days).
I had a problem with 2 stuck mirrors, so I called Samsung and they had a tech come out 6 days later, he ended up replacing the light engine with a new one.
Everything was working fine, or so I thought. Tonight (He came yesterday) I decided to watch a movie and my HDMI input isn't working because HDCP is either disabled or not set up. My DVD player doesn't output audio/video through it but does send a signal. If I hook up my 8300HD cable DVR via HDMI it gives me an error.
"Your HDTV does not support HDCP. Please disconnect the HDMI connector and use the component connection to continue watching TV."
I went into service mode but didn't see anything obvious about HDCP and I wouldn't have thought replacing the light engine would have caused HDCP to fail.
Does anyone have any clues? If all else fails, I'll call Samsung and have them send someone out...again.