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Power supply for 62 Sony rear projection

I have a 62 inch sony rear projection that was diagnosed as a power supply problem. How do I get this fixed ?please help me!! Thanks Patrick

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Go to this link and leave them an email listing your model number and what your problem is they have access to any sony part even the ones listed as unavailable and they have a good support staff that can help you get what you need to repair your set.

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