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Regarding part # 239111

Does this part have to be desoldered and soldered into the main board. 1st time doing this stuff. also, since you have experience, if i buy a new main board, does it usually come with the flyback and everything on it? or do i have to buy piece by piece ? Thanks in advance for your reply.

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This a solder in part, you may want to consult a factory authorized service center, it's not for a novice. Good Luck, big IRISH.

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