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Polaroid FLM-3701 "No Signal" on AV1, AV2 & S-Video

The monitor powers up correctly ("Polaroid" opening screen) but will not accept a video signal from the cable box. All I get is a "No Signal - AV1 Source" (or AV2, or S-Video Source) box in the middle of the screen. The audio seems to be working fine. I've tried different cables and the box works fine with another TV. The component-in connections (Y,Pb,Pr,Audio L,R) both work correctly with a DVD player as well as the VGA-in from a computer. I don't have anything with a DVI-D output to check the DVI-D input. Any thoughts?

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The best way is to buy a graphics card with HDMI output. This will dsplay your PCs desktop the way it's supposed to look, and will appear much sharper and clearer than using vga, as the output is digital to begin with. If you don't need to play the latest games, you get get one for around $30. Add a wireless mouse and keyboard and you'll be able to control everything from your armchair. You can also then use your PC to download and watch films etc from the internet..

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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Does the telly only have this problem with dvd or is this problem with the normal telly signal as well if its just dvd then it could be dvd fault or even damaged cable internally tell me if the problem is with the tv on all formats or just with extras like dvd cable or sky let me know ok

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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It looks like your power supply might not be providing enough current to get the LCD to power up. This LCD needs about 3 to 4 amps to work properly.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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yeah stay away from polaroid! In the meantime check this out.

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Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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I have same problem with my polaroid LCD tv.... Im thinkin about renting a gun and buying a bullet to fix it :D

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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You may be having a problem with the parental control, This control has a video lock. You may need to unlock this to get the video working again. If you have your owners manual, you can find the instructions for unlocking the video on page 41 of the manual under parental settings. If not you can find a pdf copy of the manual on this link to Polaroids customer support website http://www.polaroid.com/CES/SupportProductDetail.jsp?prod_code=PT123&folder_id=0 If this does not help you, the customer support telephone number for Polaroid is 1-866-289-5186. They should be able to tell you how to get the functions of your television working again. I hope this information helps you with your problem.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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Polaroid LCD


It looks like your power supply might not be providing enough current to get the LCD to power up. This LCD needs about 3 to 4 amps to work properly.

Apr 12, 2008 | Polaroid FLM-3701 Television

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Diagram where fuse is in the polaroid flm-3701


There is a fuse on the power supply board. It is labelled F1. It is a small cylinder near the AC connector. The F1 fuse is 5A 250V. How ever, capacitors are more likely to fail on this television.
The Polaroid FLM3701 has a problem with capacitors failing on the power supply board. If enough caps go bad, you will get no power. Not even a power light. Any capacitor that is swollen is bad.
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Is there a coaxial input on this tv?


No because it is a monitor only; meaning it does not have a TV tuner of its own.

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Where is the fuse in a 3701 LCD Polaroid TV/Monitor


In the Polaroid FLH-3701, the fuse is located on the power supply board, next to the AC power connector. It is a small black cylinder. It is labelled F1. Value is 5 amp, 250 volts.
A fuse does not blow for no reason. Most commonly a fuse will fail because of a short someplace on the board. I have this same TV. The fuse blew. The reason was transistor Q6 had shorted. There are two identical paired transistors on the output side. Q6 and Q7. They are both Infineon 11N60C3 MOSFET transistors. Check those for a short. There may be a burnt smell.
More commonly, this TV will fail because of bad capacitors on the power supply board.

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Connect from wall cable to tv.


you are trying to use a monitor as a tv, you will need a tuner to get a pic, use a cable box or digital to analog tuner to get something

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Cant see Picture


Nope. The AV inputs except a composite video signal that is either NTSC or PAL. You will need to convert the PAL signal to NTSC.
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No signal


Try connecting a DVD or VCR and use the video and audio from there to connect it to the audio and video input on your TV.
Hope this helps.

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No Signal


You will have changed the video/audio input, on your tv, it should be an input button on remote. The signal will either be on AV1, AV2, AV3 Component or HDMI.

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