Well, currently my TV is for the second time in Samsung service store. The are trying to repair clicking, but they, like me, know it can not be repaired. So they are strechng me, hoping I will give everything up, cave in and just take TV as it is. They said if the clicking occurs after this repair they will take it to shp for the third time. I said that I will not allow it and I wil file complaint to my state inspectorate. And after that I will go to my lawyer and raise civil suit against Samsung represenatives in my country.
Just to inform everyone that my problem with NU8000 are forever solved. After they wanted to take TV into shop for third time i lost it and report eveything to my state inspectorate. They forced store and Samsung to give me my money back and now i am proud owner od Sony X900F.
I will never again buy anything from Samsung...
Nice to hear you resolved your issue! I also got my Money back and took it to another Brand.
Samsung has lost me as a customer forever. And they will loose many more due to this and other problems they do not care about. Now I can actually sit down and enjoy my TV - the way it was never made possible by Samsung.
I've been experiencing a similar clicking noise with a Samsung NU8000, and just wanted to share my experience in case it helps out someone (please like this post if it solves your issue, to help others find it).
It may sound silly, but when I first bought my TV I didn't remove the sticky plastic film/strip from around the TV's frame. The clicking noises were always heard a short time after turning the TV on, and also after turning it off.
A couple months later, I removed the plastic sticker/strip from around the TV frame, and since then I haven't heard any clicking noises. I'm guessing the eletrical static did something to the plastic stirp which made the noises.
I might be the only one who doesn't immediately remove the plastic around the frame when buying a new device, but just in case I'm not, and this does help out someone - I'm glad I could help.
As mentioned in the above post.
REMOVE THE PLASTIC WRAPPING FROM AROUND THE TV FRAME.
I can’t believe this was the problem all this time for me. Use your fingernails. It peels right off.
Samsung technicians missed this too?!?