Reply If you want to turn on your devices separately, you can turn off Anynet+ in Settings > General > External Device Manager, but you will no longer be able to use your TV remote for both devices. The result of this issue is a TV that will cycle between on and off repeatedly and/or an annoying clicking noise while turning on. My SAMSUNG 55" smart tv keeps switching off then back on , if i try choosing a channel, turn volume up , infact anything and it switches off then comes back on . This is my 4th time I am trying to fix the same problem. There are several possible reasons why a Samsung TV will repeatedly turn off then on after it warms up. The methods to fix or troubleshoot why your TV will turn off all by itself will work on Samsung, Vizio, Mitsubishi, LG, SONY, Panasonic, HiSense, Hitachi, Element, Magnavox, Sanyo, and all other TV models. Check if the TV power cord is securely plugged into the wall outlet or the power bar. Solder the sucker in place and be sure that your solder is not touching any other connection on the board (you don't want any shorts!). The sub-contracted technician gave me an estimate of $1,300 for the control panel plus labor. If this is happening, you can resolve it by pressing the menu key on your VIZIO remote, and chooseing System, then CEC. Just be patient and you'll get it out. We've only had Sky Q for a few months and recently noticed how our old 40" Samsung LCD TV purchased in 2008, will turn on and off around 4-5 times when turning on using the Sky Q remote. The TV is 2 years old; so you are having me believe the the end of life cycle for a $2,400 TV is 1 year, the length of the manufacturers warranty? Don't buy one, just disconnect it and see if the TV turns on and off reliably. So for many of you it might be just a matter of disconnecting and reconnecting board connections. Then disconnect and lay the TV down on a blanket face down and take out the screws, don't forget the one in the cable connection area. @SpearDaddy Your issue will need to be diagnosed by a service technician. Once the back is off carefully disconnect all connectors on the circuit board by pinching on the sides or on the top and bottom depending on the plug. I am working on couple of other Samsung TV's (Plasma, LCD) also similar issues but acting in different ways. make sure it has a decent internet connection, unplug it too and if your internet connection is via a wireless router-reboot that too. Glitch causing Samsung Smart TVs to repeatedly reboot Chris Smith | April 6, 2016 7:16 pm BST A number of Samsung Smart TVs appear to have been struck down by a … I have the same problem but all my capacitors look fine(no bulge). Your bad capacitor should have a few numbers on it including a capacitance rating, a voltage rating and a temperature rating. This guide will help you figure out if your television is damaged or not. In some cases, a software update can correct the problem. There is a risk, however. Place the capacitor back into the circuit remembering to orient the capacitor so it is has the correct polarity. There might be a stuck power button on the remote, or the remote's batteries are running low. If you're having this issue click this link below! Webcam camera keeps turning on and off So just recently i wantned to use my camera for skype to call and found out how my camera keeps turning on and off. Your TV should turn on and off just fine. hes my email if you guys nned more help ( firstname.lastname@example.org), http://www.samsung.com/us/capacitorsettlement/.