Question about Polaroid FLM-1911 19 in. LCD Television
I have the same problem. Had the problem when I bought the set but fixed it with some odd key combination at the TV. However I recently ran the channel search again and this reset the remote to cause the problem again. I can't remember what I did the first time to fix this. Frustrating.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may be able to program your cable box remote to control your TV in addition to your cable box. When they initially set up your cable box they probably left a pamphlet giving you instructions on how to program your remote. I'm not sure why you can't change the TV channels manually but this may give you a work-around.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
SOURCE: Channels will not change- 42
it means that only one channel save from your tv. press automatic search to search more channel from cable signal. now you can change channel.
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: polaroid flm-1911 model # 900T
when i try to change channels on my tv it alway just stay the same I tried to go to auto search and i went to skip off and it still way not working.
Posted on May 29, 2009
I had the same problem. You need to go into SETUP > CHANNEL > SKIP and select NO for every channel with a signal. A few months after we purchased the TV it defaulted to this (software glitch). We had lived with it for months before figuring this out. There is no easy way to reset these that I know of. I literally had to go to each channel and then change "skip" to "no." JM
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
The problem is not with the inverter circuit. If that was the problem, you would not see the polaroid screen either. The problem is within the video path of the set. This is not a homeowner repair as the ICs involved here are surface mounted and require specialized equipment to replace. You should request an estimate from a local servicer ($50 or so) and report the results here. We can then guide you through the actual replacement of the correct board(s).
Please keep us posted,
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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