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Where can I get a replacement mainboard for a Panasonic PT47WX49

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The mainboard (printed circuit board) on my Panasonic PT47WX49 has died. What is a good source for locating a replacement. I called Panasonic Parts and they do not have a listing for it. But it is hard to believe that I cannot buy one. Even a used one would be fine.

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