Question about Polaroid TTM-2401 TV
You can demagnetize your TV by using one of the bulk erasers that the Radio shack sells. Start from the middle of the screen, circle the eraser counter clockwise motion all the way to the border of the screen in the pull out position, repeat this procedure for a few times. If the problem is still exist, check the distance of the sub to your TV, must be at least more than 8 feet, if not move that big monster further away from your TV. After you do this and still have the problem, your TV tube is damage and need to be replaced. You will have to consider either to repair or buy a new TV whichever way is more cost effective.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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