Relocating this unit from wall mount to table top and discovered that I had misplaced the gooseneck plastic adapter that connects the oval base to the bottom of the TV/Monitor. I need a replacement gooseneck, Please explain how I can order or othewise acquire this part, Thanks
Currently, there is no sound coming out of the speakers, but they come out of the headphone jack. When I try to adjust the volume, the volume icon shows the headphone symbols even when there is no headphone plugged in.
Why will the TV not tune in any stations after it loses the signal to one of them?
Channel will tune in but has weak signal. Once the signal is lost no other station will display even though they have a good signal. I have to power off the TV in order to be able to tune in any other station.
Hey I lost the gooseneck connector that connects the oval table top platform to the bottom of the TV. I had TV mounted to wall mount for several months and when I attempted to reloacte it to table top, I couldn't find the gooseneck connector. I misplaced it, and need a replacement, What can Samsung do for me??
I wake up this morning to the monitor being extremely fuzzy but I can make out my desktop in the background behind all of the static etc... I have tried unplugging all wires from the back of the monitor and plugging in just the AC Power adapter, and this fuzzy image (of my desktop) just comes back on.
How do you find the Set Up menu for WiFi Internet connection. The manual says go to the 'main' menu and run the set up. But I find NO menu for WiFi set up. Has some engineer left out the fact that MAYBE something needs to be plugged in first? or be on a certain Source page first or whatever implied or suggested input/device etc. needs to be specifically addressed step by actual step to find the Menu and set up for the WiFI... instead of 'look in the Menu'...? That's poor direction.
I hooked up my dvd/vcr model #DVD-V9800 to my TV model #B2230hd get sound but no picture and does not record programs. I have cable going from component on tv to cmponent on dvd/vcr also cable from line out on dvd/vcr to tv. What have I done wrong?
For BD2230HD monitor, How can I turn off the Source / Signal type automatic display?
The automatic display of the Source and Signal dimensions in the upper left corner of the monitor, shown whenever the monitor detects a change of signal type or source, obscures computer boot-time messages. In general, it is annoying information I don't need to see. How can I turn off / suppress this display?
I attempted to connect my Macbook and then my pc laptop to the Samsung 22' LED HDTV Monitor (Series 3 | T22A350) that I purchased a couple of days ago, but haven't been able to make it work. I used a 60 inch USB Type A Male to Type A Male Cable. Am I doing something wrong? If so, how can I otherwise connect my Macbook to my Samsung monitor (really hoping i can do this). Didn't pay attention to the fact that the Monitor doesn't have an ethernet port which I'm confident would work...none-the-less...hope you all have a solution for me. Thanks