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Plug in tv and doesnt work

I took the tv apart and found that a small quarter size part on the signal board has burned up but it looks as if its only the components that are burned up. im looking for a replacment board or parts so that i can have my tv back. any ideas?

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Re: plug in tv and doesnt work

If you have no Tv repair experience, how do you know what part this is?, as I dont have a clue as you didnt supply a schematic or a picture of what the part was. We techs have a trade we learned not by doing but by going to school to learn the theroy behind the circuits. If you know how to read a schematic diagram, i suggest that you get one and know what part it is that you think you found burnt out. If you go to, download a service manual or schematic diagram, i will assist you in this repair as long as you have the proper equipment such as a mutimeter and know how to trouble shoot solid state electronics. Its not a tube you can take out and test or a board that can be exchanged anymore my freind. Its down to the componet level these days.

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