Question about Polaroid TDA-03211C 32 in. LCD HDTV
The freezing may not have helped. But your TV had problems before it was subjected to cold weather. If you can find a hobbiest or a TV tech they may be able to repair your TV. You, by now have failing capacitors in the signal board as the majority of them are here. I don"t specifically remember the values. I think there were several 10 volt to 16 volt 10Mfs caps that are bad and there were three or four that were 25 volts at 470 Mfs. Also there may have been two 50 volt 33Mf caps. These were all in the signal board. The power supply will have two bad capacitors,I don't remember their values. You will need an ESR meter (capacitor checker) to find these. Be very, very careful when you remove these. You can pull the traces off the pcb board if you are not careful and destroy this TV. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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