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My Polaroid HDTV, the screen turned blue i heard it was the capacitors but im not shure the model # is TLA-04841C and serial FR7B0215560001737 if you know whats wrong would you help me.

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Might be the caps. Usually though you won't get any OSD-on screen display when it is the caps. Could also be the YSUS-Main.

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