The only way this is going to get fixed is by bringing attention to the problem . This TV currently has a 4+ star rating on Amazon.com. Why would Samsung fix it if it is selling so well?
Samsung customer service / tech support does nothing. But tell you to shut off Anynet.
Get on Amazon, Best Buy etc and post a review. Link your review to this thread.
There isn't a fix right now, but there could be. Samsung?
The only solution that has worked for me is plugging all external devices and the TV into a power strip and shutting the power strip off at night. This is my least perferred solution, but the only one I have found that works.
I spent £2500 on a 75” and experiencing this problem. I have read that low battery problems could be the issue but the TV is new, so I doubt it’s that but will try anyways including those you mentioned. Otherwise, I’m completely clueless, don’t have any idea why and would be extremely upset if I have to return it because it’s awesome otherwise.
Does anyone think this could be a problem with a bad HDMI cord, such as the one that is usually supplied with a sound bar?
I originally thought this may be the case, but due to the vast amount of people reporting this problem, this undeniably seems to be a problem with the Samsung tv itself.
Just wondering if anyone has tried replacing the HDMI cable in the #3 slot and if this did anything.