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Sparks We were watching TV and all of the sudden a loud noise came from the back of the TV. It sound like a popping/crackling noise. My husband moved the set to see were it was coming from and I turned the set back on there were sparks coming from a part (#313926720561) The tv is 14 months old and the date it has on it April 2006. We don't know what to do. please help.

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    We were watching TV and all of the sudden a loud noise came from the back of the TV. It sound like a popping/crackling noise. My husband moved the set to see were it was coming from and I turned the set back on there were sparks coming from the back.

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Thats the CBA board heres a link where you can get one but its expensive.
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