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Re: Polaroid 32" lcd tv
Take it back... That is either the digital board or the logic main board and that's way too soon for you to be having those problems.. Heck a Poloroid usually lasts a couple of years before having these type of severe problems, and even that is sooner than most major brands... You still have warranty - I STRONGLY recommend you take it back..
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Well it very well could be the three color tubes, or power board the problem. BUT before you try that check your HDMI cable. HDMI cables have to be 100% in to fully work sometimes if out just a bit they will produce this issue where you have no picture but sound.
Or try a new HDMI cable, if you don't have HDMI and it's doing it on multiple ports including RCA, RF, HD Component then it's a problem with the tv itself and you'll need to call a repairman.
Ur tv the LCD inverter board is dead.Replaced the LCD inverter board u will get ur picture back.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy an refurbish LCD inverter board for the replacement.It a long board in shape.
Let verify first to narrow down to where the problem can be, attach the powered PC speakers to the Audio Line out RCA jacks to see if you can get the sound there, if you do, then the problem can be in the power amp circuits, if you do not get the sound at RCA jacks, then the problem can be in the sound processor circuit. Please post back what you find.
Does your set have a reset button on it? It sounds like we had the same problem from the beginning. In fact, we have bought and exchanged the tv 3 times because we thought maybe we just had a lemon. The picture would freeze and no buttons would fix it. We read in the owners manual about the reset button -- a tiny hole in the top of the power button on the right side of the tv. You can use the end of a paper clip and stick it in the hole to reset the tv. The tv powered off and then the remote and all the other buttons worked. Ours is still in the warranty but for the first month, it seemed like this happened at least 5 or 6 times. Haven't decided if we want to try to exchange it again or just live with it. Other than this, we love it!
had the same problem. if you take out the power supply in the back of your tv ( easy to get to just a few screws in back to get to the box then a few more to get into it and some quick disconnects) you can take it to a local tv repair shop and they can remove the two green capacitors in the upper left of the circuite panel and place in 16v ones that can actually handle the power needed. do not try to do it yourself although the new capacitors only cost 2 dollars one wrong move and you burn the wires on the board. the repair man only charged me 54 dollars well worth it considering polaroid wanted to charge me 500 to fix a 2 dollar part that should have been recalled. they are in the busines to make money but if any of us did what they did wede be considerd con artist. final note since ive replaced the capacitors my tvs worked better than when i bought it