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Input locked Video works, but whichever one I select I get what looks like a screen saver (words are moving around the screen) that says "Input Locked". I bought it used and not working, replaced the caps, guessing it has parental controls or something turned on? I'm electronics competent if it requires me to do something on the board, just let me know what you think, thanks!

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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.

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is your laptop capable of sending widescreen video to your TV or can it only send 4:3 video?

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Hi, The bluescreen is an indicator of "lack or absence of a video signal". In TV mode this would only come on if your reception quality is so poor that the TV "thinks" there is more interference/noise than intelligent video signal nd therefore mutes the video. In all other modes, (S Video, A/V Video etc), again, this muting action will result in the bluescreen if the TV "thinks" it is not receiving any video input. To try and fix this would either be: 1. Check and verify that you have a video signal coming into the TV by trying your video source (DVD, cable box) into another TV unit; or 2. Check and verify that your connectors at the back of the TV and the source are properly connected and are snug/fitted properly. If both fails, it is possible that you have component failure inside the TV and that would require the services of a qualified TV professional. Hope this be of help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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for the remote change battery or get new remote, For the TV make sure that your cable is plugged in properly and not half out. or has it previously been wet. Reason because it sounds like your TV has had a static charge.

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Sounds like you mabe be on the wrong source. Try hitting the input button on the side of the set to change inputs. Input channel up or down find tv hit input again. If on the wrong input you will only get a blue screen and message no signal that will apear for a few seconds.

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