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Toshiba 42H81 Hyper Module replacement

I was wondering if a hyper module board MVPU14 with a 23599310c board will work with my 42H81 set that currently has a fubarred MVPU13 23599087b board. Does anyone know if these will cross match, or is the MVPU14 board not a compatible board for this tv? Thanks

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MVPU14 and MVPU13 do cross.

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Tom,
I'll send the svc manual directly following this post, but as a word of caution be EXTREMELY careful removing the smd caps. You can easily damage the traces and make the module useless.
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