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Removing the HV Wires from Flyback on RCA TV D52W19/

In an attempt to remove the HV wires from my flyback on my RCA D52W19 TV, there is a tiny plastic piece at the top of the flyback that appears to have been holding the hv wires in place. Tugged a little to hard on it and I broke the small plastic piece. Is there a replacement I can get somewhere?

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You really dont need it its only a wire.sliice and reconnect.

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