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Flood Our TV was in the basement when it flooded avout 4" of water. The mian circuit board was under water and no nothing works. Can this be replaced easily or is the TV trash?

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You have more than one board that got water on it. Most likely a lost cause. Check with home owners insurance for repair or replacment value.

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If the water in the basement came up high enough to cover the main boards in the projection TV, then I would not even attempt to repair it - the cost of replacing the boards, if available, and the realignment would be as much or more than a new set.
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