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Help: Problem with Samsung HLR5067W

pillpopper4u
09-06-2007, 03:04 PM
I have had this DLP for about 2 years now. No problems until now. First the on screen TVGuide stopped working. It just went blank. Tech support said it was a chip that most likely went bad. I just let it go as it wasn't woth putting money into fixing it. Now about two weeks later the tv will come on and you can't do anything until it freezes the frame then goes black and comes right back on , then its fine, unless I change inputs ( i.e. switch from cable to antenna). Also when I turn off the tv it will go off and then about 20 sec. later come back on byitself. It does these things everytime. Please.... can anybody help.

Darrylhifi
09-09-2007, 10:52 PM
Go in the service menu , with TV off Mute 1 8 2 enter

Arrow down to where it says options . arrow over to where it says EER Reset. press enter. TV should auto power off by itself. Wait one minute . Turn power back on . You should be all set.

pillpopper4u
09-12-2007, 03:39 AM
Well I did the EER Reset and it worked until I reprogrammed the channels. Now its back to the original problem.

theperks
01-08-2008, 12:11 AM
I recently purchased a PS3 and hooked directly into my samsung HLR5067W via hdmi. It worked beautifully for 3 days then all of a sudden my tv does not recognize that the PS3 is hooked up via the hdmi port. Any ideas?

I thought if I could do a settings reboot to the tv itself it might would fix the problem but i cannot figure out how to do such a thing.

Any help either of you could give me would be great!

eduboys
10-26-2008, 07:51 AM
I recently purchased a PS3 and hooked directly into my samsung HLR5067W via hdmi. It worked beautifully for 3 days then all of a sudden my tv does not recognize that the PS3 is hooked up via the hdmi port. Any ideas?!

Same thing happened to me... Have you been able to fix this?

Every time my TV is turned off, then turned back on, I can recreate the exact sequence of events:

1) Turn on the PS3 (quick press of the power button)
2) Green light is on for about 15 seconds
3) Beeps 3 times, and I get the red blinking light
4) Turn off the PS3 (quick press of the power button)
5) Turn on the PS3 (quick press of the power button)
6) PS3 works as expected.

No way the unit is overheating out in the open well ventilated. It is brand new. Have it hooked up directly into a Samsung HLR-5067w DLP TV (circa 2005). I am guessing this has something to do with the HDMI connection, and how it is interacting with the TV. I currently have the HDMI cable feeding the TV, and the optical audio out feeding my receiver for sound.

PFC5
10-26-2008, 08:04 PM
I recently purchased a PS3 and hooked directly into my samsung HLR5067W via hdmi. It worked beautifully for 3 days then all of a sudden my tv does not recognize that the PS3 is hooked up via the hdmi port. Any ideas?

I thought if I could do a settings reboot to the tv itself it might would fix the problem but i cannot figure out how to do such a thing.

Any help either of you could give me would be great!

Same thing happened to me... Have you been able to fix this?

Every time my TV is turned off, then turned back on, I can recreate the exact sequence of events:

1) Turn on the PS3 (quick press of the power button)
2) Green light is on for about 15 seconds
3) Beeps 3 times, and I get the red blinking light
4) Turn off the PS3 (quick press of the power button)
5) Turn on the PS3 (quick press of the power button)
6) PS3 works as expected.

No way the unit is overheating out in the open well ventilated. It is brand new. Have it hooked up directly into a Samsung HLR-5067w DLP TV (circa 2005). I am guessing this has something to do with the HDMI connection, and how it is interacting with the TV. I currently have the HDMI cable feeding the TV, and the optical audio out feeding my receiver for sound.

Both these issues seem to be the HDCP handshake issue with using the HDMI connection.

Have you both updated the PS3 to the latest firmware? If not, then do this as they likely improved the HDCP handshake issue with the multitude of displays in this regard. If you have already updated the firmware then it is the sequence of when you turn on your PS3 to when you turn on the displays.

HDMI connections should always have a continuous handshake happening frequently to keep this kind of issue from happening, but some displays only accept it once and then erroneously (against the spec) do not renegotiate it again anymore without turning the display off then on again or changing to another input and then back again to the HDMI input.

Check for an update to the HDTV as well as updates for the PS3. one or both should be updated to solve this issue. If they do not, call Samsung for an update or resolution as it is likely the display that has the issue. While waiting for that update you could use the component output of the PS3 to resolve this temporarily until they solve the HDMI input's HDCP handshake issue.

Hope this helps!