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Is it located on the same board as the rca jacks ??? if not how do i get to it!!!

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The RCA jacks should be near the signal board. The vertical will be on the same board as the Flyback which Is a large transformer with the large red wires coming out of it. You shold be able to remove the screws in the chassis and slide the chassis out and tip it up so you can see the under side of the boards.

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