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Hi, i require a PSU 310432842742 for a Philips 42PF5521, can you please advise me as if you have this spare or were i may be able to purchase one. Thanks very much, David

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Hi, i require a PSU 310432842742 for a Philips 42PF5521, can you please advise me as if you have this spare or were i may be able to purchase one. Thanks very much, David
Dear David, i need the same part for the same phillips model. Did u manage to find the part? What did u do with the TV Thanks JP

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