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Icebox repair Hi, Just read your post, and you said that you sent your icebox back for repairs. Where too? I thought they gave up support? Thanks

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Try www.lordantech.com . Icebox dealer in NJ, when that company was in business.

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I have a Westinghouse Beyond Icebox. Normally, it works just great. However, recently it just stopped working. There is a orange light in the back that is steady. It won't turn on at all. Suggestions?


I had the same problem with my FS04 unit (under the cabinet, flip screen). Amber light was on and humming sound comming from speakers. Motherboard had to be repaired by ICEBOX dealer that sold me my unit.
Their website is www.lordantech.com

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Thanks for using FixYa. If the issue is with the failed convergence (STK) ICs which needs to be replaced then, it’s not a difficult job if you want to do this yourself, you should require some basic knowledge about soldering-resoldering components. To start with you’ll have to open the back of the unit and then replace the ICs(STK ICs) which are located behind the black/gray heat sink and also check theresistors as if they are short the ICs might blow again after sometime. Please check this picture:
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I have a Sylvania flat screen TV, model # LC195 SSX and I have a Direct TV Universal Remote. I cannot get ''any'' of the suggested codes to work. I gave the model number and serial number to Sylvania...


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Mine has the same problem, orange LED with humming sound coming from the speakers etc.


Someone brought one to me to look at..same problem. Checked power supply (easy to check, take off bottom cover and measure voltages on connector. standard 5, 3.3, and 12v outputs going to maine board.) Power supply was fine. took out main board and noticed several 100uf,16v caps that seemed to be bloated. replaced them and the unit turns on. Only thing i'm not sure about is the time it takes to initially turn on. when you first turn on main switch in back, the front led flashes green for about a minute then the LCD comes on and says "loading" which takes about 2-3 minutes, then the unit goes into standby mode (red Led) the unit will turn right on and off again quickly as long as the main switch in the back is not turned off and on again. Is it normal for it to intially take so long to boot? I do not know the normal operation as this is the first i attempted to repair.

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Buyer74,

Yes, I did receive the control box from them. However, it was not functional either. I ended up taking my TV and both bad control boxes to a local repair shop. The one Polaroid sent me was the least expensive to repair since it only had a bad power supply. It still cost $189 to fix, but it's better than $400 for the cost of a new control box.

Polaroid has requested that I send them the bad one from my TV. I will not be sending it back to them unless they refund me for the cost of repairing the control box they sent me.

If yours works, then I bid you congratulations. If it doesn't, then have someone check the power supply 1st. You may even try switching the power supply from your old one with the new one and see if it works. Keep me posted.

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