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My Polaroid LCD TV-TDX 03211C went out while I was using it this evening & will not go back on. The outlet has power.

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  • prothrock Jan 15, 2009

    We found an old fashioned TV repairman. He says it's the power supply board. We have the receipt so will try to take it back to WallyWorld. We had to return the first one after we had it 2 weeks & could only have an exact exchange for the set. Hopefully they will exchange it if my husband makes enough of a fuss & the next one will last us a few more months. The TV guy said the only sets you can find parts for anymore are Toshiba &Sony. I'll never buy a Polarois set again, or Element, it's the same thing. We left our 15 year old set back in Michigan when we moved this summer because it was so big & heavy. Sure wish we hadn't. It would still be working.

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The TVs transformer needs to be replaced! This model and brand name are known for bad transformers!
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Is it about 2 years old? If you checked the fuse I presume you removed the back cover. A lot of these sets have problems with filter caps on the power board---easy to tell---follow the power cord to the power supply board----you will see a number of round parts with plastic on them--most are marked on the side plus and minus--and will have markings like 470 @ 16v; a 470 mfd at 16 volts, look carefully at the silver top of all of them-----it should be perfectly flat with two or three creases in it---IF YOU FIND ONE OR SEVERAL WHERE THE TOP LOOKS BULGED UP----you found your trouble---all the damaged caps(these sets vary from having 2 or 3 to 7 or more) need to be replaced with caps of the same value but WITH A HIGHER WORKING VOLTAGE--REPLACE 16 volt cap with 25 volt cap etc. If you find this is your trouble the parts should be less then 20 dollars. The reason this happens so often is many of the companies us the least expensive caps they can get---saves them money but most of these sets I have seen with this problem fail before 3 years.

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