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Yes it received a massive surge from the transfer. You would need to replace your Insignia or try taking it to a Bestbuy which is a Bestbuy brand to have them fix the unit. Also try putting it on a really good surge protector as well.
I unscrewed all the screws in the back, detached the tv from the base, and was able to get the back off. I ordered a new power supply board and will install it to see if it fixes the problem with the tv (won't turn on, insignia light alternates between red and blue). I didn't notice any problems with "swollen" capacitors, so if the new power board fixes the problem I'll update this website.
I had this problem as well. Actually best buy just left my hosue to fix it. This is the second time they were here to fix it. The first time they said a part was loose. This time they had to replace a part.
posted on Feb 29, 2008
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Insignia Polaroid Advent Audiovox ISLCDTV32 lcd Tries to start then Shuts down! Insignia IS-LCDTV32 , Polaroid FLM2601 andFLM3201, Advent 203L32K50B Also Audiovox FPE 3205 LC32K5. Cure:Replace the three 680uf at 35 volt caps at the top left of the power supply board.
I replaced the caps--about a buck each. The bad caps were swollen, and soldering in new caps wasn't hard to do. THANKS!!!