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KP 48V45 TUBE

I need a red tube light for a KP 48V45...HELP

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Hello,

The only part available is the Red CRT for this model. This Red CRT itself produces the Red Light. Please see below for a link to this item.

Sony KP-48V45 Red CRT Replacement

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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