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Emerson TC1351 Chassis Power Switch

Does anyone know where I can get a used or inexpensive internal part of a chassis power switch for an Emerson TC1351 or other model that would work?

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As cheap as 13inch tvs are why do you wont to fix it , I sell nice used 13inchs for 40.00

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