Question about Polaroid FLM-2011 Television
When you turn off the set, are you turning it off by running the power through a cable or satellite box? If you are shutting down the set from the AC mains side the set can lose all of its user set-up. In most TV models, the main power supply must have the AC mains connected.
The power supply goes in to a standby mode when the TV is turned off by its own power switch (not by the AC mains). The supply puts out enough power to keep the uPC and the user memory active.
If the set is properly turned off and it is losing its user set-up, it is possible that there is a fault in part of the uPC circuits. Depending on the model of set, there may be a lithium battery, or memory capacitor, or an EEPROM for keeping the user set-up memory.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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