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You have weak capacitors in the power supply and the signal board. I have not repaired this particular unit, but have experienced this with other Polaroid TVs. You will need a TV tech to replace those capacitors. It is a very time consuming task and requires patience and much care to remove the capacitors. Tell a tech that they must be very careful when they remove a cap in the signal board, as they can peel off a pcb trace. In most cases they replace the signal board, but the capacitors can be replaced! Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!
if its a hd tv try viewing a true hd source and the grey areas should go away. you might have and resolution button on the remote that will toggle between screen modes. look for that button and give it a whirl and also make sure yoiu view a true hd program
The power supply board was having problems before.That the board,where the power a/c cord plug into it Now might also the Tuner board are dead too.The tv Tuner board,that the board where the tv broscast signal cable plug into it.That the Tuner board.Tries Websites like shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement to see if solved the problem,not probally will have to buy the refurbish Tuner board for the replacement too.