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Hello all ! My 42 inch Daytek TV is broken.... Problem with the Flat Panel Televisions Hello all ! My 42 inch Daytek TV is broken. I tried everything to fix it but.... no success. I know which PCB is defective but i cannot find a replacement part for it. Daytek doesn't sell parts anymore (actually i think the company shut down) but there must be somebody who knows where to get these parts. PLEASE HELP !! the TV model is : DM-42A and the PCB i am looking for is; PLYM02: Thank you !

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Hi mojo_686,

If you can't find the exact part for your Daytek TV in a local store or repair center, I recommend to contact the manufacturer directly. If system is still in warranty they will set up a free service and repair for your unit. Please click the link below for the complete contact information of Daytek.

Daytek Contact Info

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