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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The unit should be under warranty. What you're describing is not normal and I would attempt to get a replacement from the place of purchase or take the unit to an authorized repair center. Below is the Philips support page for your unit. You can check warranty status as well as request repair.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
The problem is a $1.09 part. You will need a soldering gun,
multimeter, etc.. Or someone else who is electronically inclined.
The fix for it is here:
I have the 46" Dell model with the same problem and this fixed it. Part cost $1.09 plus shipping.
I can't take credit for this persons post so post thanks on fix.
Just note, TV's can hold electricity even after being unplugged. So if you try this keep that in mind. You shouldn't mess with it until an hour or so after you unplug it. Or google "discharging capacitors" to discharge the electricity from the power board. Attempt at your own risk.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Go to youtube.com. search, Polaroid 37 lcd hd repair. Two or three vids on how to fix. Radio shack has 45 watt capacitators for about 4.70 for two. Easy fix or get someone to help.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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