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Polariod tv/dvd TDA-03211C

Power lights up blue but screen does not turn on or DVD player doesn,t work

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  • djohnrisso Dec 26, 2008

    DVD Player doesnt work

  • Harvard7 Jan 24, 2009

    Polaroid TDA-03211C TV Combo, built in DVD player does not work

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