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1Before you begin, set your margin 1 inch from the top, 1 inch from the bottom, and 1.25 inches on both sides.
2If you're using letterhead, there's no need to type in your name and address. If you're using plain white paper, type in your name, address and phone number (phone number is optional), centering the text. Make the font in this portion of the letter slightly larger than the rest of the text. You should also type your name, address and phone number in bold type.
3About four lines down from your name and address, type the date in full after striking the "Tab" key seven times to bring you a little further than the middle of the page. The date should be typed in full like this: February 1, 2009.
4Four or five lines down from the date, at the left hand margin, type the name and address of the person you're sending the letter to. This portion of the letter is called the inside address. If the person you're addressing the letter to has a title, type his or her name first, then type in a comma, space once and type in the title, such as: Jamie L. Mulligan, Manager
5Two lines down from the inside address, strike the "Tab" key seven times and type in the subject line. The subject line tells the recipient what the letter is about. In this case, it should look like this: Re: Verification of address
6Two lines down from the subject line, type in the salutation. The salutation could be Dear Sir, Dear Ms. Mulligan, Gentlemen, or To Whom It May Concern (if you don't know the name of the contact person). The salutation should look like this: Dear Ms. Mulligan:
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10Sign your name in the space between the complimentary closing and your typed name.
I charge a flat rate of $100 + return shipping for the repair/reconditioning of this power supply.
I accept payment via PayPal, Check and Money Order. If you are paying by PayPal I will invoice you at a email address you provide (usually your normal paypal address) after repairs are completed. If you pay by check or money order you will need to include payment with the power supply (if you would prefer not to send it with it ok but will slow down the turn around time).
For return shipping; if you are sending a check or money order just include the same amount as what it costs you to ship it to me. If you are paying via PayPal or sending a check/money order after the repairs are completed I can quote the exact amount. Please note that I will send it back by the same method as you ship it to me.
If you choose to send your power supply please send it to the following address
2612 London Rd
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Please notify me when you ship the unit.
Vernon "Twizted" Gibson
Had the same problem, Insignia 32 would click on then go off. About 6 months ago I found (somewhere on the net) a guy who explained that he changed blown capacitors. As I recall he even posted a picture. I found the blown capacitors and replaced them with larger capacitors (less than $20) problem solved... But now my screen image is showing only half a picture and is pulsing on a off. I think I'm going to make a Wii commercial......GL
The price is indeed $100 + Return Shipping for the repair/reconditioning of the power supply for your TV. I am willing to extend a 30 day warranty on the repair and PayPal is acceptable and I can invoice you after I have made the repairs. I have replied to you via e-mail with shipping instructions.
I do not think there aren't any new power supplies available to fix these LCDs. The only way to make the LCD work again is to have someone to repair the power supply.
You could send me an email to email@example.com for more info.