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Rechecked the conections and still

Hi..rechecked everything and no bad connections, etc.. so I have since pulled the entire circuit board assy from the TV chassis and am going to try and troubleshoot from component level. Seems like a short somewhere but not too familiar with this model. I have a service PDF of the model, any suggestions where to start?

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Well..that's interesting...before you begin, have you determined a source for replacement components? I'd be hesitant to do all that work, NOT knowing if there are readily available form fit function components for it. Don't assume that overseas manufactured appliances have a ready distribution system for spare parts.

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