TV problems I have a Samsung TXN2771HF Dynaflat TV that is acting wacky. The volume goes up, the channels change and I get this annoying "not available" error message on my screen. This happens even when the remote has no batteries in it. There are no "sticky finger prints" on the membrane that would cause this. Consoles are out..DVD's are out...Cable is out. The TV doesn't have butons but a membrane, a touch screen so to speak. Okie, I bought the TV in March of 2004. It is now 2 months out of warranty. At the time of purchase, it was not cheap. I have done some research and I read that you can disengage the membrane from the circuit board. How difficult would this be? For someone to come out and fix it, there is a 90 dollar "service call" fee then 25 dollars a 1/2 hour. Its a 27" so I have to have home repair. I know what the problem is and what to do, but how risky is it do disconnect it myself as opposed to paying who knows how much for someone to come out? Its a pity that a TV that costs that much goes bad that quickly.