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No picture my monitor stopped working. when i open the back you can see there is some type of transistor burned out. unfortunately it also burned out the transistor part number. how can i find out the #, or should i send it to fix. it's like i can't find anyone here in virginia beach, va that does these repairs.

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Get a hold of concept via there web site and they should be able to help you with a local repair place or at least you can send it to them and have it repaired.

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