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Polaroid tv HD

Has power but won't come on?

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Re: polaroid tv HD

You have to check to see is you get the corect voltages from the power supply. On some models the power supply is part of the control panel $$$$

II will research this model and I would know by Monday afternoon if the power supply is sold sererately.

Lou Margo
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Posted on Dec 14, 2007

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