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I am inserting the small signal board after repairing. Do I have to program some numbers in on the test channel. I remember someone doing that when I replaced the sensor.

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You have any unusual problem, remote does not work, sound goes out or up and down, etc etc it is the small signal module.

The set has a small signal board (from back it is large board on far left) and the small signal module plugs into it. SSM is about 4 by 5 inches and all surface mounted parts.

The board will have a part number on a label on it.

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They may still be available on an exchange basis from someone like PTS ELECTRONICS but were over 100 the last time I looked a few years ago.

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GOOGLE THE MODEL NUMBER AND ssm OR SMALL SIGNAL MODULE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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