Question about Polaroid TDX-02610B LCD TV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That would be the infamous color wheel. They become warped, cracked, and just plain worn out over time. A replacement is around 200 bucks. If you have intermediate mechanical skills you can replace it yourself. It is located right next to the lamp. There will be a "rounded" section with a few screws holding it in. Remove the lamp assembly from the light engine and the color wheel will b easilly acessable. There will be one set of wires leading from the wheel itself.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
You can get service manual here: http://www.polaroidsupport.com/polaroid/en_us-sm.html
Look for standby 5vdc power supply, you must have this first before looking for anything else.
You may need new poer supply module.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
Look at the power supply first; look for burnt parts, bad capacitors, etc. Look for 5vdc, 12vdc, and 24dvc.
Please post back what you find
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
You have weak capacitors in the power supply and the signal board. I have not repaired this particular unit, but have experienced this with other Polaroid TVs. You will need a TV tech to replace those capacitors. It is a very time consuming task and requires patience and much care to remove the capacitors. Tell a tech that they must be very careful when they remove a cap in the signal board, as they can peel off a pcb trace. In most cases they replace the signal board, but the capacitors can be replaced! Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
Possible that the main power supply unit which is the SMPS- switch mode power supply- has a faulty capacitor or in the INVERTOR board which has changed the value and so the frequency being changed can cause higher huming level- reduced to lower frequency.
so check the board for leaks , if so replace. Also check if the threshold voltages are below level in these circuits. if so the capacitor can be identified. If there is change after the component heats then simulate the circuit board and confirm using a hair dryer.
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
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