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Sgc-8502 circuit board

Does anyone know where I can get this board. One of the switches broke off, then my kid decided to use a scissors to turn the tv on which worked until all the wires were cut off it and the board got trashed. All the sites are saying that it is discontinued.

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Yea ... i have one. I'll sell for $129.95.

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