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They disassemble overruns and used gear but do warranty the boards.
If you try to get it from Philips, lotsa luck- they have essentially abandoned many items to a Japanese company called Funai.
Regardless of source other than Jimmy's, you will likely see a price you don't want to pay.
Durabrand is made by Funai along with:
Sylvania, Emerson, Aventura, ESA, Magnavox, Insignia, Philipsand Misakai Unfortunately, all of these brands are to be avoided if you can afford to ignore the low prices.Equally 'unfortunately' because of the potential recurrence of failures, many places won't accept them for repair and you are generally better off replacing the unit. Don't like starting off your new year with bad news but . . .
Arakawastore. As usual you'll need to register a username and password to logon with if you want to actually download the service manual. But you can see everything you want to know about it by clicking on the hotlink below without having to register beforehand.
If you're hoping to find it online for free all you'll do is waste vast amounts of time. If I had it in my PDF service library I'd gladly have provided you with it, just as I've done on numerous occasions before here on Fixya.
Not once has a single Fixya member ever bothered to acknowledge my having done so as you can tell by my huge 3 point ranking. Perhaps this best accounts for why we all still have to pay for them.