Question about Polaroid Televison & Video
This is usually the sign of a faulty capacitor, or the power supply about to go out. Before you replace either one, make sure that you remove the cover off of the unit, and check all of the fuses. A faulty fuse can cause the same issue. If the fuses are all good, then you are looking at replacing the above components. The fix is around 300 dollars at a tv repair shop, but you can get the board on line for about 150 and do it yourself if you know how to do it.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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