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Digital chassis I need to know the price of the digital chassis or board for this tv

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troyerman;

Did not see a digit board but did you mean main PWB? If so the cost is $415.50, Part Number; 930B874001.

I hope this helpful,

big IRISH.

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Where are tha capacitors fo misubishi wd62725 located


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2. Remove the rear lower outside panel using a phillips screw driver. Set the panel aside somewhere where it won't get tripped over and broken.
3. Remove the screws from the lower metal panel that hides the electronics and connections. When removing this panel from the back of the TV, there will be an exhaust fan attached. You will need to disconnect the fan's connector in order to set it aside to get it out of the way. Take note that all the connectors inside the TV except for one on mine had the ends labeled with a code so that they could be matched up when it comes time to plug things back in. Just make sure that when you're disconnecting the connectors that you number them or code them if they aren't already marked as there are probably 10+ connectors that will need to be undone in order to get the electrical chassis out.
4. Remove the big metal plate on the left side of the electronics chassis. This will help you get the electronics chassis out of the TV.
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6. Unplug the USB and Firewire connectors from the top of the electronics chassis.
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10. Now that you can see the capacitors on the DM Board, look for a grouping of capacitors:
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dale_earn387,

RCA always has the part number stamped on the board. It will be a six digit number and usually is preceeded by "P/N". I have worked on these units and would guess that many of the boards are the same. Check the part numbers and if they are the same and the physical layout of the board looks the same the boards should be interchangable. I could not determine through research if the parts are the same because the units are older. I did determine that the CRTs are identical which would mean that more than likely the control signal board for them will also work.

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