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Polaroid TDX-02611c was on and fine, until it just turned off by itself and wont turn back on. More than 1yr since purchased. Now what!?

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  • Jorge Morales Nov 13, 2009

    I just located the fuse in the power cable mount, and the fuse is ok. I tested continuity with a multimeter... it is ok. Any other hints!? I also searched for blown out caps... they look fine and dandy the lot of em. I merely opened the rear plastic cover... the center part. Its all good so far... any hints will be amazingly appreciated...

  • Jorge Morales Nov 13, 2009

    Following the post on Solution #1 I checked the boards again, and completely removed the screws on the input panel (where you plug all the cables on the back of the tv set) and inspected the back of the two boards in there. Nothing burnt, or outta the ordinary. Fuse as I said on comment1 is ok, and capacitors do not appear blown up on the power board (assuming the board on top is the power board...).

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Look at the power supply module first, see if you see blown fuse, burnt parts, bad capacitors, etc.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague
Please post back what you find.

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    Bud Martin Nov 13, 2009

    OK, now we need to take some voltage measurement, we need to look for 5vdc standby voltage, you MUST have this voltage before going any further. Look at the coonector for labelling such as 5vstby, 5vby. Can you also the number of the board itself, send me some pictures will be great, budmrtn@aol.com

    What ever you do, you must plug the TV into GFCI outlet or isolation transformer before working on it, lethal voltage presents!

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    Bud Martin Nov 13, 2009

    OK, now we need to take some voltage measurement, we need to look for 5vdc standby voltage, you MUST have this voltage before going any further. Look at the coonector for labelling such as 5vstby, 5vby. Can you also the number of the board itself, send me some pictures will be great, budmrtn@aol.com

    What ever you do, you must plug the TV into GFCI outlet or isolation transformer before working on it, lethal voltage presents!

  • Bud Martin
    Bud Martin Nov 13, 2009

    OK, now we need to take some voltage measurement, we need to look for 5vdc standby voltage, you MUST have this voltage before going any further. Look at the coonector for labelling such as 5vstby, 5vby. Can you also the number of the board itself, send me some pictures will be great, budmrtn@aol.com

    What ever you do, you must plug the TV into GFCI outlet or isolation transformer before working on it, lethal voltage presents!

  • Bud Martin
    Bud Martin Nov 13, 2009

    OK, now we need to take some voltage measurement, we need to look for 5vdc standby voltage, you MUST have this voltage before going any further. Look at the coonector for labelling such as 5vstby, 5vby. Can you also the number of the board itself, send me some pictures will be great, budmrtn@aol.com

    What ever you do, you must plug the TV into GFCI outlet or isolation transformer before working on it, lethal voltage presents!

  • Bud Martin
    Bud Martin Nov 13, 2009

    OK, now we need to take some voltage measurement, we need to look for 5vdc standby voltage, you MUST have this voltage before going any further. Look at the coonector for labelling such as 5vstby, 5vby. Can you also the number of the board itself, send me some pictures will be great, budmrtn@aol.com

    What ever you do, you must plug the TV into GFCI outlet or isolation transformer before working on it, lethal voltage presents!

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