Question about Polaroid FLM-4201 42 in. LCD Television
As a home theatre sales person, i can say that i have had my fare share of dealings with new TV manufacturers. Although sometimes what i am about to say sounds a little abrasive, it seems as though youve fallen victim to the newly developing 'disposibility' trending in electronics manufacturing. You may have already tried using the on board controls, and if that works, try an advanced learning remote control to regain control of the functions. if the onboard controls arent working either, you could try to send it in for repair if its under warrenty, or look at buying a new flat panel. The avg repair cost on an lcd is 300-600 for parts and labor, there are many 1080p 40-42 in the 600-800 range.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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