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I have a poloroid hd t.v. was watching it 1 day and it turned off and won't turn back on plz help ty

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Depending on the model #, these LCD's are showing up with bad capacitors in the power supply circuit. They check good with the best test equipment we have but are still bad. We swap most all capacitors in the power circuit. This will usually fix the problems.

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    Depending on the model #, these LCD's are showing up with bad capacitors in the power supply circuit. They check good with the best test equipment we have but are still bad. We swap most all capacitors in the power circuit. This will usually fix the problems.

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Im almost positive that it's a bad power supply.

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