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Won't power on and I need some clarification on the solution

I have read the solutions to my problem but, since I am a novice electrician I would like to know what is the horizontal driver kit, and where to I get it. Also, where is it on the circut board and where is the 47mf/25 v capacitor.

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Re: Won't power on and I need some clarification on the...

The kit in question is an upgrade improvement and it comes
with instructions to install each part. I buy from Andrews Electronics,you might try cap is in the
horizontal driver circuit....I will get a location for you.........T.

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