Question about Polaroid TDA-03211C 32 in. LCD HDTV
I am unsure if that model that you have has a fuse inside that might need replacing. The green light should indicate problem in the power. If the fuse checked out OK, or after replacing it, you may want to reset the TV by unplugging it for more than 4 hours. If that still does not solve it it could be a problem with the board or its internal power supply circuitry. You have the option to take this to a shop since it would be difficult to figure out which of the components may have gone out. A board is composed thousands of components and needs the proper equipment and tests to figure out what is wrong. It may cost you between $250 to $600 depending on the parts to replace in shop.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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