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Actually a Phillips Magnavox TP 3284c101 32" tv

A capacitor burned out at location 2619 on this TV. Chassis # 32G7007585. It is too damaged to identify. Can you tell me what it is. Thanks, Lee

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Re: actually a Phillips Magnavox TP 3284c101 32" tv

It can be seen in schematic diagram. please go to web site. where it is available but still if you do not get it please tell me the location & section so i will 100% help you.

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