Question about Televison & Video
I have tried numerous times and the TV manufacturers will not sell parts or diagrams to consumers.You have to be a repair shop with a username and password just to view the stuff.Here is one possibility.
I will try for others...hang on please.Here is another possibility.All I usually find is user's manuals which are free few and far between.Schematics just aren't out there.
Sorry to have to tell you that.I like to fix my own stuff too.There is nothing more I can suggest with all the limited access.Good luck!Maybe if you take the regulator out and ask a shop?
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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