Have you been in a dilemma with your Samsung Smart TV turning on and off on its own? Well I have too and you don’t need to panic like I did, it can be fixed quickly. Below I will be revealing to you how to quickly fix your Samsung Smart TV turning on and off on its own.
How To Quickly Fix Samsung Smart TV Turning On and Off On Its Own
Recently I was in a serious dilemma with my Samsung Smart TV. I mean a television I have been using for close to two years without any issue just suddenly developed a fault. It started turning on and off on its own. If you are like me that loves to watch the latest series on TV then you can imagine how I immediately went into panic mode.
I mean the lockdown due to coronavirus had just been announced in my city, stores are all shutdown, no one to reach out to for a quick fix. I stood there starring at the TV with tears in my eyes. This TV breakdown didn’t give me any warning therefore it happened and I didn’t set aside money for repairs.
Even if the money was available I couldn’t take it out for repairs as everywhere was shutdown, there was restriction of movement which mean’t I can’t be caught outside with a broken TV. My spouse took a look at it and with the little knowledge he had about electronics repairs figured out that it had to do with the motherboard.
Starring at him with confused eyes, he explained to me that something inside the motherboard was faulty hence the breakdown. I almost cried again thinking of someone laying hands on my precious television and opening it up.
Now I would have to stare at the wall with nothing to watch, in this isolation period. I couldn’t cope with the thought. I switch on the television again to see if a miracle has occurred but that didn’t happen. It came on showed the Samsung logo, moved to HDMI and in a second went off and came on again, repeating the same action consistently.
Step Two: Take your Samsung Original remote control and press down the power button
Step Three: Hold it down for a few seconds until you see that the HDMI channel is stable.
Step Four: Release your hold on the remote and viola, the TV would remain on.
Now once you are done with this quick fix navigate to system setting on your Samsung smart TV, press the menu button on your remote to get there. Once you are on the system setting navigate to Anynet+(HDMI – CEC), Click on it and you will see the option of Auto Turn Off. It would be on Yes, what you need to do is to change it to No and then you are done.
I hope this instruction helps you as much as it helped me. You can easily and quickly fix your Samsung Smart TV that turns on and off on its own in 2mins with this easy step.
Let me know how well it worked in the comment section and share your experience and questions also. I look forward to hearing from you.