How to repair a Polaroid LCD TV that’s showing no pictures
For those who bought a Polaroid LCD HDTV some two or so years ago, chances are you’re already having some issues right now with your unit. These televisions, particularly this model (FLM-3732), are notorious for blinking out on you because of some bad capacitors. Basically the symptoms would be such that when you turn it on, the blue indicator light lights up but the screen pictures do not. It’s just blank like it’s turned off. Although I’ve told people that this year might be the best time to buy a new TV, I remain practical in the sense that if you can repair your malfunctioning TV and it won’t cost you more than $4.00, then definitely, repairing should be an option worth trying. The alternative, which is to go out and spend around $600.00 for a new LCD TV should remain a course of action in the event that your $4.00 repair attempt fails.
There are 5 parts to this LCD TV repair video:
If you’re going to try this repair please remember my disclaimer and please keep in mind these TV Repair Safety Reminders. If you’re serious about learning how to repair flat screen TV’s please check out this online LCD TV repair course and this DIY plasma TV repair guide.
Thanks for reading good luck with your do it yourself LCD TV Repair project.