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Does all chirping need the 237470 xsistor?

My TV stopped working the other day. When I press the power button, the green light comes on, and it chirps for a second, starting high then dropping out, and the green light turns off. It repeats this routine 3 times, then stops. Do I only need the IHVT, the xsistor, or both? Thank you.

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IHVT only..............T.

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