You may face the issue of the Samsung TV’s black screen right after the firmware update. What happens here is that somehow the firmware update bricks up the TV, and the users see a black screen or the screen without any light or pictures. Most times, not properly downloading the firmware update on best Samsung TV also leads to this same issue.
You can fix it by resetting your Samsung TV, but now the question arises, how can you hard reset your Samsung TV without a screen? I have explained two ways to factory reset your Samsung TV without a screen in this article.
Methods to Samsung TV Hard Reset Without Screen
There are 2 methods for Samsung TV hard reset without a screen. Below I have explained both ways. Please read the below article carefully to be done with it.
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Samsung TV Hard Reset Without Screen By Pressing the Power Button
Some Samsung TV models have the control buttons hidden at the right-bottom at the rear of the TV. If you see some buttons there, we will be using those here.
Hold the power button for anywhere from 30 seconds to 2 minutes, and the TV should reset. There is no guarantee that this step will work, but it is a no-brainer if you see no pictures on your TV screen.
Technically, this is not a hard reset, but in some cases, this might be the solution that gets the TV back to normal. So, it is worth including in this guide. Moving on to the next method.
Samsung TV Hard Reset Without Screen Using Remote
Ensure that the TV is off.
Grab your TV remote and now press the following keys in the same sequence as listed below:
Info > Menu > Mute > Power
Now, follow another sequence as listed below:
Mute > 1 > 8 > 2 > Power
These sequences should make your TV boot up in the service mode if appropriately followed. Using your remote controller, head to the Options, and then choose Factory Reset.
Your Samsung TV might now turn off, and after a simple restart, it should proceed with a new setup.
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Sometimes a simple soft reset is enough for your TV’s screen to start working. You can perform a soft reset by unplugging the cord from the wall socket and then pressing the power button for a minute.
Later, you can plug the cable back in the socket, and the TV should start in most cases if there is nothing too wrong with it in the first place.