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CT-32SL14 I am looking for the manufacturer and p/n for the PTC thermistor used in the degauss cct of the CT-32SL14 tv. The number on the component is D1R5M or DIR5M but this is not coming up as a valid p/n.

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  • Walter Thiessen Jun 30, 2007

    Thanks for your response. Actually had to go to the Panasonic website to find it. Turns out the Panasonic p/n is D4DDF1R50001. Sounds like a few others have had similar problems.

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See if you can find it on this link; http://www.rtie.com/ptc/ptcindex.htm seems to be the most comprehensive and has pictures of all types so you might be able to recognise it. hope this helps - please ask again if not - there are some other manufacturers/ distributors out there also :)

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