Question about Polaroid TLA-01911C TV
I know this is old, but this seems to be a very common problem with the shoddy soldering in these LCD's. Check the solderng on the CCFL's, it's very bad and causes arcing as you described. There is also a lot of cold solder and solder balls on the power supply unit/inverter board combo. The control board however is impeccable.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
I have had this problem myself for a while now. If I turn it off and on rapidly, it sometimes works after a short to long while. It tends to be accompanied by a buzzing or popping sound, like electricity arcing.
In researching, I have seen that it's likely a loose ground connection, should be fairly easy to solve... I hope.
Currently looking to see if there's a way I can get into it and do it myself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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