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Power supply board on GE 24GP453 TV

On the power supply board transistor labeled VB40 was fried, and the part number is totally illegible. I do not have a schematic for this set. Can someone tell me the part number for this transistor, and maybe an Thanks ECG sub number ?

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This is part # 260527 and is still available for $3.55.
I was not able to locate an ECG sub.
Dan

Posted on May 16, 2008

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