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Part # for the (2) CCFL backlight bulbs for Dell ST2410b Monitor? (Preferably already assembled, so no need for soldering)

I have a Dell ST2410b purchased new in 2009. What is the part # for the (2) CCFL backlight bulbs? A fast and secure source to purchase would be appreciated too...(Preferably already assembled, so no need for soldering)Thx!

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