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42VP4D The power supply has gone out on my Monitor and I am looking for a store to buy either a new or refurbished Power supply for replacement. Any Ideas?

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Try to call the Company Tech Support and ask the part. Thats the perfect place to get your perfect parts. Or get your part number and search the web for inexpensive one but make sure you get the right one. Good luck

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