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Fly back is arching and leaking

I have pulled the board to replace the Flyback/splitter assembly but cant seem to find the part any where.I do have the part number: HVG/32865.I was wondering if someone could help me find it?Thanks in advance.

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Hi, i'm having a similar problem and was wondering if you ever got yours fixed? i've found the FBT, it's located on the bottom right side as you're facing the back of the TV and it has 3 red wires coming out the top. mine, i've noticed, sparks once when the tv is turned on. i can't find a replacement part for under $300. any suggestions?

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