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Zenith A32B41W (part # for CX3231)

I would like to know the part # for CX3231

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Re: Zenith A32B41W (part # for CX3231)

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Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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You can easily get replacements from Digi-key, Mouser Electronics, Allied Electronics, Newark Electronics, and many other places. (sorry, your local Radio Shack doesn't have them.) I suggest that you get 2500-3500 volt as replacements as that's probably what they should have been in the first place.
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