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After watching my TV for 10-20 min. the picture goes out. A repair shop told me it needed the modual replaced.Could you sugest a company for me to order one from so that I could repair it?

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If you leave your model number in a email at the following link they will repsond quickly to what ever module you need and if youre not sure tell them the symptoms and they will help you out with identifying which module you need.
Heres the link.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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