Look at the back of your lcd it usually will state the voltage and power requirements of the required replacement adapter...never exceed the voltage requirements this may cause damage DO NOT USE THE 16V ADAPTER!
The adapter you require appears to be rated at 12V x 5A a 60Watt unit you can replace most likely with similar switch mode unit rated at 12V and at least 5A or more
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GOT SAME PROBLEM NOW IS THERE A FUSE WHERE POWER CORD PLUGS INTO THE SET ON THE BACK MINE HAS A GLASS FUSE NEXT TO THE PRONGS THAT COME FROM TV YOU HAVE TO USE A SCREW DRIVER TO POP IT OUT SHOWS A PIC OF IT IF YOU DON'T SEE IT DON'T TRY TO POP IT OUT
Get into this link where you can download the user manual of your poloroid FLM 2011. It is an adobe acrobat document. You must have Adobe Reader installed in your system to read it. Reader can be downloaded and installed from Adobe.com site for absolutely free. OK www.polaroidsupport.com/polaroid/docs/FLM-2011-ServiceManual.pdf
You may have backlight inverter circuits failure, or bad power supply. You need to open it up and inspect the inside for burnt parts, blown fuse (in the inverter board), etc. You can download free service manual here and take some voltage readings per service manual: http://www.polaroidsupport.com/polaroid/en_us-sm.html
possibly external power supply faulty under load it may fail these power supplies ofen have capacitor failure open the power supply to check for leaking/bulging/swollen capacitor is around 2000uf rated at 12v
This problem is often replated to a leaking power supply capacitor on the secondary side of psu rated at +/- 2000uf at 12v...yup 4 bucks should do it...the hardest part is often opening the power supply up screws are often located underneath rubber feet....never make contact with the primary ac supply side even after it is unplugged reservoir capacitor high voltage can store a charge for long time and be dangerous to contact.