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Its not worth the repair if you still want to go ahead i need to know two things: Are you going to have a qualified electronics technician fit it? If you are planning to fit it yourself are you a qualified electronics technician? If you answered no to both of these questions i cannot tell you where to get one or how to fit it due to the massive amounts of danger involved.
First off you gotta tell us whats the right model and make as you have two listed here and both of these flybacks are avail. trough http://www.partstore.com. The parts are not listed online but get the toll free # or leave a message for them to get back to you. Now A flyback is not a user replaceable part for starters. It is soldered in and theres very high voltage inside these sets even after they are unplugged, and its not adviseable to replace a hi-voltage part in a set, unless you know the issues involved with replacing such parts. Good Luck