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The part is a 4560 (generic opamp IC. The damaged IC is more likely to be the symptom not the cause Remove the IC and the cap. Replace the cap, but not the IC and measure pins 4 and 8 to ground. These should be the power inputs and measure +/- 5 thru 12 volts. They should be equal but opposite. Should htey be different, check the power supplies or any filter caps.
I made the same repair in a Toshiba 42h81 I replaced the STK 392-110 and after a lot of searching found the cheaper ones last 6 month or so be sure to use Sanyo IC's and replace the resistors with them when the IC's let go they take the resistors out I posted my repair On my page if it will help you dennisgm052.weebly.com