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I accidentally plug in my sharp aquios 110v to 220 v

I was able to get some help from friend technician but accdng to him the parts that we need to replace is not yet available in the market

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If your TV is a LC-42D62U like it says on the post, there seems to be plenty of parts at shopjimmy.com
What part does he need to replace?

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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