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July 1, 2009- I need to replace my burn-out ac

July 1, 2009- I need to replace my burn-out ac adapter. The following specs for my ac adapter are:
Tv Brand name: Proton pltv-32 lcd tv, model # LU32A1A3'
Input: 100-240V 50-60Hz 3.0A Max.
Output: +24v-6A---12V-3A.
Ac adapter connector to the flat Tv screen needs: 4 Pin Din Plug.
michael.spoto@navy.mil

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Try website. - http://www.lcdpayless.com I placed my order on Thursday and went out of town for the 4th and I checked my mail today (Monday) and it was there. I plugged it in, the power came on and the tv works perfectly....plus the new cord doesn't have an annoying fan.

The cord is pricey at $117, but it beats buying a new tv. The company accepts returns minus a 20% restocking fee and shipping, so I figured worse case scenario I would only be out of $40+bucks if it didn't work and I had to send it back. Hope this helps!!!

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