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Used / Refurbed / Remanufactured PCB's? you know of a place that sells used PCB's, or Reworked Refurbed boards for the Mitsubishi WS55513...such as the DM board, Power Supply, etc...?

Please let me know.

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  • 3,587 Answers can find them online..most of them are coming from China now...just enter that phrase into google.

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  • Mike Meder Oct 28, 2010

    yes...pts electronics (800) 847-8718..............rebuilt pc boards....give model and part#'s or board type....meder's tv service

  • Mike Meder Oct 28, 2010

    oops...........wrong number.......8008447871............. success.... meder's tv service



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