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You mention the High voltage regulator may be shot, and to got to sears for a replacement. My question is which part should I replace? There is an 11 pin IC that is listed as the HV REG and there is a FET/Transistor that is part of that circuit.

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I would replace both because the falting of HV reg can cause the FET transister to fail also!
I hope this answers your question!
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