Question about Polaroid 4241-TLXB 42 in. LCD Television
When I relocated to Peensylvania, I have lost the "TLX-04244B" powercable and remote Control somewhere. I tried another Cable(My Desktop compuetrs powercord) and the TV powered on but most of the times it has white horizontal lines in the screen. After few try it will become stable. Is this incorrect powercable is causing the white horizontal lines. If so where can I get a replacement Powercable. Please advice. thanks Rgeorge.
Posted on Aug 20, 2011
You are probably seeing hum bars which may be due to an AC ground loop that is going through the shields of one or more of the cables inteconnecting the TV with one or more of the other video components. You should do the following to try to resolve it...
1. reseat all the interconnecting cables between TV and other units
2. have all AC power supplied by one power bar with a ground plug
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