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I just got a new directv receiver...dvr....the codes for polaroid were not listed on the unit but were included in the booklet that came with it. They are as follows....10765,10865,11262,11276,11314,11316,
11326,11327,11328,11341,11498,11523,11991,11992
These were all listed for Polaroid. Hope this helps.

Polaroid 1720-7... | Answered on Apr 17, 2019


Take it to your local optician. They keep all the spares. A pair of nose pieces is $10.

Or, send them back to the maker.
https://www.polaroideyewear.com/en-ww/contacts.html

Polaroid... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


Unless you have training in TV repair I suggest you either replace the TV or have a trained pro repair it.

Polaroid... | Answered on Mar 28, 2019


Try Google, Ebay, Amazon or your local friendly camera store - or the manufacturers themselves, of course.

Polaroid Cameras | Answered on Mar 23, 2019


I cant get the dvd to power on my Polaroid tv dvd combo tdac02212

Polaroid... | Answered on Mar 20, 2019


Same issue....went to bed last night Polaroid tv worked fine....woke up NO VOLUME>>>

Polaroid... | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


You'd better convert m4a to mp3 for mp3 format is one of the most popular audio formats. As for how to convert m4a to mp3, just follow below tutorial.
To convert M4A to MP3 without iTunes but via Windows Media player is also a good method. Windows Media player can play various kinds of media files, like WMV, WMA and MKV and MP3. This player is also useful when it comes to converting M4A to MP3. You can read through this part to see how to make it.
1. Run Windows Media player on your PC and then add the M4A files to this program via dragging and dropping directly. Thus, the files will be shown in the library of this software.
2. Hit on the "Organize" button at the top left of the interface and then choose "Options" tab to click on.

3. On the panel that shows up, you need to hit on "Rip Music" and then drag down to hit on the "Change" button to choose a proper folder for the converted MP3 files.

4. Move to the "Format" area and then click on the box under it to choose "MP3" as the target format via scrolling down. You are also able to set the bit rate for the output MP3 audio files. Click on "OK" button to confirm your settings.

As you can see, you can get the converting task done with this solution with high efficiency. Have a try and you will know how simple this method is.



how-to-convert-m4a-to-mp3-without-itunes-format-8-55s22kbcw443dhgjvu3gsjup-3-0.jpg For more methods, check: How to Convert M4A to MP3 without iTunes http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-to-convert-m4a-to-mp3-without-itunes-1387.html#part1

Polaroid 4gb Mp3... | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


Sir or Ma'am,

I would recommend contacting the manufacturer for more in depth instructions.

Polaroid... | Answered on Mar 08, 2019


First, I am no tech, this is at your own risk! I have a flm-373b which is out of warranty 15mths. A nice paper weight. Plug it in, blue light, no picture or audio. So I got the service manual and started taking it apart. Pulled out the so called control box and at the top is what appears to be some sort of power inverter board. I looked closely and saw that there were 2 capacitors that looked damaged. One was bulged and the other looked like it had popped. They were side by side, green and marked 1000Uf 10v. I took the board to work with me and unsoldered the capacitors and very carefully replaced them with 1000Uf 16v caps. This was just a crazy chance. When I got home I put everything back together, ran 2 extension cords to the back porch and plugged it in. The tv came on faster than when it was brand new. Now I have waited 3 weeks to post this, just in case my house burned down, but the tv is still working great. Again this is at your own risk. Polaroid is not helpful and they want you to spend more money to correct their problem which will probably not correct anything. I really do wish you luck with this or with putting up with polaroids BS.

- m@tT

Polaroid... | Answered on Mar 07, 2019


Fixya is unable to suggest sources for Polaroid remote controls.

Polaroid... | Answered on Mar 06, 2019


Everyone’s eyes see different colors. So there isn’t one setting that is perfect. There are also factors such as is what you are viewing is it a movie that was done on film or is it a movie that was say an animation? Some film stock will have different looks you will have to see kelvin color white levels too if you really want to add to the research. Some films have a yellow hue others are more blue. If it was filmed digitally then it could look better at either depending on the white balance. Bottom line use up the movie go through some settings and then most people just set it and forget it as it will change per movie or tv station.

Polaroid... | Answered on Mar 06, 2019

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