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Turns Off After 30 Min - Need Power Supply Component Source

Using component cooler I've isolated the issue to what looks to be a rectangular hybrid component with an epoxy top in the power supply section.  The part numbers are as follows:
Top Row - U4 Middle Row - M273BHL Bottom Row - 9RM
The component has three prongs soldered to the motherboard.  TV is Model DTD1363-CAR with mfg date of May 2006.  I believe the manufacturer is Memcorp, and I know that fox-international.com (815-741-5859) provides support for Disney electronics, but so far Fox Int'l hasn't been helpful.
I'd appreciate any help from the group in finding this component or a substitute.  Thanks in advance.

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  • adamjoyday Feb 22, 2009

    I have the same problem, however, I was cooling the coil right beside it with a pn of 36-l1folo-xx0, now I wonder if I was sloppy when I was cooling the component and was cooling the one you isolated :( I was sure it was the coil, however, I will have to get another can I guess.

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