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What is the typical cost of a high voltage flyback autotransformer

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  • fordcljo May 25, 2008

    thank you. Unfortunately, the brand I have is not listed. (Insignia)

  • fordcljo May 25, 2008

    Thanks again

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They can range from $35 -$150, depending upon the make and model of your TV. Please see here:
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/index.php/cName/flybacks/osCsid/199d5276ed82c58d81153b195b52fbef

Posted on May 25, 2008

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    Swilin Sampson May 25, 2008

    That was just a sample page to show you the average cost of flybacks. You can do a general search for the model specific flyback on google.

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