Question about Polaroid 2611-TLXB TV
Posted by Anonymous on
More than likely your t.v has bad capacitors that power up the light bulbs that light up the screen. I had the same problem with a similar t.v. and replaced two bad capacitors and that solved the problem. Take the back off of the t.v. and look for capacitors that are bulged at the top. The capacitors have the model number on the side. I found replacement capacitors at www.digikey.com for a very low price. Here is a video that you can watch on how to replace the capacitors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCSNWi3UHf4
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