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Polaroid lcd tv w/ built in dvd player dvd player quit working, now tv stopped working too,at first i could turn it off unplug the tv plug it back in and it would be fine, but now it doesn't work at all, neither the tv or the dvd player.

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  • Anonymous Jul 28, 2008

    My dvd player also did not work. Unfortunately i didn't find out until after the 30 day return period was up. Now the picture just goes to green and red and it looks like a bad acid trip! Also a few times it would make a loud clicking sound.

    Please help

  • odebrado37 Mar 10, 2009

    dvd stoped working and sometimes you hear it clicking

  • ldking729 Apr 22, 2009

    DVD player just clicks when the disc is inserted. Then it says no disc. Have only had it 3 months.

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This denotes a problem with the power supply for the unit. This may be as simple as removing the power board and replacing it or as complex as repairing the board itself. Repairing the board would be the cheaper option, but In either case I would suggest that you let a qualified TV technician perform this task, due to the possibility of electrical shock hazards.

I hope this helps,

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How to Fix a Polaroid LCD TV Screen


<p>A Polaroid LCD TV delivers its picture via DVD player or cable connection to your home or office. After setting up your device and using it, you might experience technical difficulties with power loss and picture quality. Navigating through a few steps of self-maintenance will have your Polaroid TV running smoothly again in little time. You can examine your TV's power cord for damage, rewire a DVD player connection, and adjust your Polaroid's backlight.<br /> Difficulty:Moderate <span>Instructions</span> <ol> <li> <ul> <li> <span></span> Turn your Polaroid around so that the back is facing you, as a first step in correcting a power loss issue. Examine the length of the power cord from the back panel of the Polaroid to the wall outlet for damage, such as tears or rips. Replace the cord, if you see damage. Unplug the TV from the wall outlet and inspect the metal receptors (prongs) for dirt. If the prongs are dirty, clean them with a dry cleaning cloth. Plug a separate electrical device into the outlet and turn it on to confirm that the outlet is performing correctly. Plug the Polaroid TV back into the outlet, and try again.<br /> </li> <li> <span></span> Twist the Polaroid TV's back panel towards you so that the connected cables and jacks are easily accessible to you. If you're experiencing problems getting a picture from your DVD player, inspect the connection of the audio/video cables to your "Composite In" jacks. There are three cables in a standard audio/video setup: a yellow cable, a red cable, and a white cable. Unplug all three cables from their jacks to reset the connection. Insert the yellow-tipped cable into the "Video" port, which is yellow-colored to make matching the cables easier. Insert the white-tipped cable into the "L" (left audio) port and the red-tipped cable into the "r" (right audio) port. Perform the same steps on the audio/video cable out ports of the DVD player, and try again.<br /> </li> <li> <span></span> Raise the TV's backlight level, if you're having trouble seeing the picture. Push the "Menu" button (located on your remote control), and the TV setup menu will appear. Use the navigation buttons located on your remote control to scroll to "Image," and push "Ok" -- located within the navigational buttons on your remote control. A list of options will be displayed, such as "Contrast," "Hue," and "Saturation." Choose "Brightness" from the options. Use the four-way navigation buttons to raise the brightness (make your screen brighter and more illuminated) or lower the brightness (make your screen darker).<br /> </li></ul> </li></ol>

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I have a Polaroid TV/DVD combo. It took the DVD in, won't play it nor will it eject now. How do I get the DVD back?


Tries the tv unplug/replug the tv back for about an hour later for the tv power to reset itself.At this time u will able to eject the DVD disc out.Don't tries to used the tv intergrated DVD player anymore.The tv intergrated DVD player laser head and the spin motor for the dvd disc spinner it is defective now.Buy a portable cheap or a moderate unit of a outer DVD player and hook up to the tv AV input.Play it through the tv input video 1,2,3 u should have a DVD player capatablities again.

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2 dvds in built-in player


I have come across this a few times, one in fact last week!! The back needs to be removed from the back and the dvd section removed, Dont be afraid this is quite easy to do. lie the tv down face first and remove the stand and all screws, then remove the DVD section, should be 5 x screws and some leads that just clip off.
Then you will need a small screwdriver or a knife to prize the second dvd out, this may scratch your dvd but its better than your dvd player being broke!
Once out place the dvd player back in the set then re-screw it plug the leads back in and turn the set on and try to eject the first dvd, this should now be ok.
Once done, turn the tv off and replace the back on.
Just take your time and Obviously make sure the tv is not plugged in when removing the DVD.
Hope this helps

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Not worth repairing,just get a seperate DVD player hook to the tv.It very cheap these day.

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Annoying sound from the DVD player that won't stop.


That is normal for DVD/TV's the dvd is setting it self only takes about 15-20 sec. If still making noise after this problem with dvd

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Just a suggestion,but try unplugging both TV and DVD player for ar least 15 minutes, then go back and plug in and try to turn on. IF this works then you may think about buying a univesal remote and adding both the TV and DVD player onto universal remote and should not have peoblem after that. If unplugging doesnt reset it, then I would call manufacter of TV for further instruction, cud be fuse inside of TV itself. Hope this helps and Good Luck!

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Built in DVD player on my Polaroid flat screen quit working!


Unfortunately if you tried to remove just the dvd player it would void your warranty under most agreements. the only thing you can do is call the manufacture as for a repair authorization number and take it or send it to an approved repair station.

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I had this same problem and fixed it too. It was from a flat torsion spring on the loading mechanism that had moved position. It hits against the chassis of the DVD housing preventing the mechanism from seating the disk on the spindle. Result is a stuck disk and/or constantly running loading motor.

Remove the one black machine screw behind the DVD player. DVD player will slide out of TV with its black plastic trim fascia from bay.

Remove two screws that hold fascia panel, remove fascia and lift off top metal cover.

With CD loading slot facing you, the problem spring (in our situation) was at the left. Also identical spring on the right side too. These are the two torsion springs near the front on sides of chassis. The helical loop on the left should be towards the top. If it shifted to the bottom, it can hit the tab with screw used to secure DVD chassis. When this happens, CD loading mech can't complete loading disk onto the spindle. If spring flips when the CD is on the spindle.... disk can't eject.

I used a pair of tweezers to gently grab the spring and "flip" it upwards by pulling it upwards. Spring will work for mechanism in up or down position, but needs to be up to avoid interence.

Solved my problem and DVD has been great since. If it flips back for some reason, then I will try attaching a small piece of plastic to the side of the chassis to contain spring in upright position only.

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