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PS61700 - Power supply

Where can I get a refurbished power supply? Any Suggestions? Costs?

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    ActPac Jan 05, 2009

    I will try. Thank you.

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Not sure- I got it from a local tv repairman- it was $125. I think if you just change the ic you probably would be fine. But another source may be Partstore.com

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