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It will not turn on. The power outlet makes a clicking noise if I mess with the adapter in the back but I don't even get a red light when it is plugged in (aka off). I've tried to turn on with side button and remote with no luck. Any suggestions?

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Two suggestions, NEVER BUY POLAROID AGAIN. I have several dead poly's in my shop and I do NOT recommend the brand for any reason, stick with samsung. Next, You need to have your power board rebuilt. Polaroid sells it as a part of the control box, There is a seller on ebay that rebuilds the entire box for $200. Personally, I'd put the thing up for sale and put the money toward a tv you can count on to last.

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