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Rca parts hi! thx for the helpful info... did you get a chance to replace the parts?

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Yes and unfortunatly it failed taking out all the parts again. I'm back to square 1 trying to figure out the fix for this. RCA recommonds you replace the deflection board which is on international backorder and doesnt appear to be available anytime soon. I need to get back into the set and poke around with a multimeter and osilliscope see if I can't pinpoint whats causing it to blow parts back out.

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