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This is a Polaroid brand.
The failure on these TV sets is originating from the power supply assembly not providing a clean DC voltage to the main board.
The power supply will need to be repair since there aren't service parts available.
I could fix the power supply for you.
Send me an email to email@example.com for more info.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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Nov 16, 2008 | Televison & Video
The most common problems I have found in this model is solder joints going out in the vertical and on the driver transformer.
I would say the picture tubes are probably starting to go out by now and the technology is changing.
Look at the new sets. LCD and DLP are using LEDs.
Manufactures are beginning to equip their sets with ATSC tuners that bring in High Def. stations by using a pair of rabbit ears.
In a little over a year most signals must be High Definition and the government is supposed to send out checks for about 40.00 to help fray the costs of converter boxes to convert the older set.
So, my thoughts are, the set is about 17 years old. The cost of repari and the repair itself would be like putting a bandaid on it.
Capacitors by now are beginning to dry out and solder joints are starting to open up, not to mention that the picture tubes are getting weak and changing luminance and fading..
Most sets I repair at this age have future repairs.
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Oct 21, 2007 | Televison & Video
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