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LG60PC1D-UE TV will not turn on.

Opened back and found 6 blown capacitors on the EAY32961901 power board. Had already ordered the EAY32961801 power supply (which is the board listed in previous strings) but the capacitors appear good on the one in the TV. Do I need to replace both boards or can I only replace the 1901 (don't want to mess with soldering capacitors)?

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If you have the new power supply board, just replace it. But 1901 and 1801 looks different to each other.This is the picture of the 1901.An this board the sub power board.LG60PC1D-UE TV will not turn on. - 2_11_2012_10_30_19_am.jpgThis is the picture of 1801. Both boards are entirely different to each other. How can it be repalced? 2_11_2012_10_33_23_am.jpg

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