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Can I use a power board from US Samsung tv in Asia TV? The part number of the two is exactly the same? However, the voltage in US is 110V and the voltage in Asia is 220V.

The US Samsung TV is UN32EH5300F series and Asia TV is UN32EH5300J series. The power board is with the same no. BN44 00493A. Your expert advice please.

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    Wilson Lee Dec 30, 2016

    Thank you very much. However, I wish to know if parts with EXACTLY the same part number is what we are looking for in future.

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