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Complaint Review: Polaroid - Internet

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  • Reported By: Canary — Greenwood Mississippi U.S.A.
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  • Polaroid Internet United States of America

Polaroid LCD Burned Internet

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I purchased a Polaroid LCD/Combo TV about three years ago from Wal-Mart and the TV started to smoke. The DVD player stopped working only months after  purchase. I was watching TV one morning and the picture went out. I adjusted the station thinking it was the satellite reception, however, the TV statred to fill the room with black smoke. I ran to unplug the TV to take it outside and  could smell the wires  burning.
If I was not at home, my house would have definately burned. I am left without a TV. I paid over $700.00 for the unit, that didn't last.
I would not advise anyone to buy this product.
I would like to have my money returned for this faulty product. It should be taken off the market.

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