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Parts for rca 32v524t / ATC010a

Hi Shuttle83,
I went to manuals paradise and found the schematics... where can I order / find the HOT and IHVT for this TV?
Thanks!
Rick

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  • Rick008 Oct 07, 2008

    Thanks Shuttle83.

    I will hollar back after I have checked out the parts.

    Rick008


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Hello Rick008,

Try www.electronix.com they have a wide range of parts. Just make sure to match the IHVT properly.

Thank you,

Shuttle83

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