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Need Parts for sharp Lc32av22u / SN 704827112 A

I had a surge on my lc32av22u sharp tv. I took it apart and found a blown 6.3a 125v slow blow fuse and a blown capacitor with the numbers 10e241 72p fe on it. The numbers on the IC board for these components were F401 and CP413. Does anybody know where I can get these parts from?

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