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Tv D61W20 I have a RCA D61W20 61 in. and it will not come back on, I had some one look at it and they said it was the High Voltage Sweep Panel burned out. But when I call around to try to find part no one klnows what that part is they say they have a N. W. Circuite Board is that the same thing?

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    Same tv, front green LED flashes 5 times and 9 times, then repeats with no power up.

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So basically your power supply is out?

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