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37" LCD TELEVISION WITH NTSC/ATSC TUNERS FLM-3732 THIS UNIT IS JUST OVER ONE YEAR OLD. WHEN ON BUTTON ON TV OR REMOTE IS TURNED ON NO PICTURE IS RECEIVED BLUE ON LIGHT COMES ON./ WHEN TURNED OFF BY BUTTON OR REMOTE THIS FUNCTION WILL NOT OPERATE OR SHUT OFF POWER. BEFORE TODAY THE PROBLEM WOULD OCCUR AND I COULD PLAY WITH THE BUTTON AND EVENTUALLY GET THE UNIT TO WORK. ALSO, WHEN THE TV COMES ON A LOUD SOUND WOULD PRELUDE THE TV PICTURE

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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 jah2mil@hotmail.com for more info.

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  Check out the new technology.

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