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THE SET POWER ON BUT NO PICTURE

TOOK TO THE TECHNICIAN.UNFORTUNATELY NOWHERE HE CAN ORDER 2 BOARDS.LIKE IF THE COMPANY WHO MADE THE TV DID VANISH.NO PHONE NO WEBSITE. THE TV IS AN EYEFI LX4700.

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  • REGRAGUI1950 Oct 27, 2008

    the firrst board is the control board#667-L37T-01C
    the second is the power supply#667-L47K17-20


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Has anyone found these power supply boards. I believe the Polaroid LCD uses the same power supply. Andrews Electrionics has a part that uses this number and is a power supply. The part is $166.00. However, it is a special order part and cannot be returned if it is the wrong board.

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    gfree172 Jun 15, 2012

    I have a power supply for your model

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The company did vanish !!!! I been running around the last 7 months trying to get parts. I have called practically everone in North America trying to get parts, I also calles Sams club who sold this S**T and they were no help. Largest piece of garbage I have ever owned.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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