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Jan 27, 2016 | Element Electronics Televison & Video

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I have a 42" Element

You should return the TV to the place of purchase for repair or replacement after contacting Element. They will either make arrangements for repair or replacement.

The typical failures that make popping sounds are pretty serious electrical failures and generally happen very early in the live of a TV if at all.

Contact Element by going to the below link and scrolling down. Put your model # into the box near the bottom and click the button next to it that says "Get Contact Info" and it will take you to their support page with contact #'s for the proper department.


Hope this helps FixYa,


Jan 10, 2011 | Element Electronics FLX-3211B 32 in. LCD...

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Need a code for my remote from an Element tv

If you use Philips universal remote with 4 digit codes; use Proview codes instead of element or Polaroid tV codes. Mine element TV works with 1104.

If you use other universal remotes look up proview codes and try them. Proview makes both element and polaroid TVs.

Dec 20, 2010 | Televison & Video

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i need the firmware of the gc-822

You should be able to download the driver here: http://www.elementelectronics.com/support_downloads.html

Just select "GC-820" on the dropdown menu after "MP3 Players"
Then, click "Get Driver"
It should start downloading it to your computer.

(FYI: GC-820, GC-821, GC-822 and GC-823 are all the same model of MP3 player, they're just different colors)

Since you posted this under "Mac Laptops", though, I'm not sure the driver will help you out. According to Element Electronics' website (http://www.elementelectronics.com/products/mp3_players/2g-gc-800/2g-gc-800.html), it looks like the MP3 player is only compatible with Windows machines.
If you *are* on a Mac, try just plugging your MP3 player into the computer and see if your computer recognizes it.

Hope this helps!
I'm not sure if this MP3 player will work on a Mac though. Plug it in and see if it shows up in Finder.

May 27, 2010 | Element Electronics GC823 MP3 Player

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