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Wireless UExxD6500ZF

mest

Standard Member
Hello, I've recently buy a Samsung UE40D6500ZF which is an 3D LED tv - everything works fine but I have a curious problem with wireless devices - the problem is when I stay much time near an wireless source, I start to have head hack - So what I've done was open the TV and disconnect a wire from the PCB board that goes to wi-fi antenna. I think the wire was the correct one, because I can't configure wireless network anymore, besides I've found the 3D glasses that came with the TV, was still working (maybe is a Bluetooth device).
Does anyone have a schematics or block diagram for this TV or similar like 7 series or 8 series so I can check the wired connections??

Regards,
Miguel
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
I can't tell which country you're in but if you were in the UK you've invalidated your guarantee by opening the Tv!
What on earth is " head hack"?
 

mest

Standard Member
headaches - (sorry for bad writing) - yes I know that guarantee issue, but anyone know how to get electronic schema from the main board??
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
There's surely an option within the Tv menu to switch on/off wi-fi?
Do you know Bluetooth is also wireless?
 

mest

Standard Member
No there is no way from menu to disable this wi-fi option, because of 3D glasses SSG-3050GB (bluetooth - 2.4GHz) I suppose is always on - so if I find all the wired connections to antenna, I'll disable the wireless feature.
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
mest said:
No there is no way from menu to disable this wi-fi option, because of 3D glasses SSG-3050GB (bluetooth - 2.4GHz) I suppose is always on - so if I find all the wired connections to antenna, I'll disable the wireless feature.

Wi-fi and Bluetooth both use the 2.4ghz band so if you don't get headaches using the 3d glasses then the wi-fi can't be responsible for your headaches.
 

mest

Standard Member
Thats correct, wifi and bluetooth use same frequency but different power - were can I find diagram boards for this LED TV???
 

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