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Old 05-15-2017, 06:42 PM
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Samsung 32 inch power mystery

Hi, my daughter's LCD Samsung has started to turn itself on after being turned off, and it can happen more than once in sequence. The TV is about 4 years old, and has no other problems, so far. Looking for a possible explaination.
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Old 05-16-2017, 06:27 AM
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Hi, my daughter's LCD Samsung has started to turn itself on after being turned off, and it can happen more than once in sequence. The TV is about 4 years old, and has no other problems, so far. Looking for a possible explaination.
Thanks,
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And I'm ...looking for possible model number. My service data is arranged by model number, and without, I'm unable to fathom a guess.

Please, without the model number, nothing can be done. Edit the title of your post to include a model number and you'll have folks jumping out with answers.
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Does the menu system of this set include a clock/way to use the tv as an alarm clock? It would otherwise be a long shot, but if it is a kid's set it is possible that she danced on the remote just right to set up an alarm function...If that fails Findem the model number (cause it is probably electrical).
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And I'm ...looking for possible model number. My service data is arranged by model number, and without, I'm unable to fathom a guess.

Please, without the model number, nothing can be done. Edit the title of your post to include a model number and you'll have folks jumping out with answers.
Hi, Thanks for the reply. Model number is : UM32EH5300F. The last few times I've turned it off, I had no problem. Could be a key bounce in the remote.
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