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32" Polariod No Power already checked fuse.Checked cord Checked wall plug.Can't get any one to answer ph at Polariod.Any ideas?

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It could be the power site problem, and the common cause is that the transistor or if not the resistor which is located on the live site close to that fuse.

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On the power supply board you will see a bunch of capacitors that are puffed up replace all of them and it should be ok

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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changed power cord
changed power source/outlet
checked for any obstructions inside the unit

check your warranty status (starts from the date of purchase)
no user-serviceable parts in there, unit is service/replacement bound

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tip : having it repaired costs more than buying a new one

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