I have a few of the commercial versions of this TV that are marketed to the medical and commercial industries. The commercial model (20FT3010/37B) can be converted to the regualr TV model 20PF7835 by removing an extra board that bypasses the tuner module and apparantly some of the existing cables need to be rerouted to other connectors.
I saw it once but briefly - anyone have any knowledge on this conversion?
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