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WS65807 I have a 65807 and need to know where two wires go. In the back of the set there is a small chip board that says 'Pre-Amp'. There are about 5 different wire coming from this board and all but two are connected. The two that are not are brown in color. They are connected at the 'Pre-Amp' but not at the other end...They appear to be have been pulled from a plug but I can't find any empty on the main boards. The set seems to be working just fine but these two way-ward wires have got to have a home somewhere!!! Please Help....Thanks..

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They may be for a different model with different features. many of these circuit boards are in many different models by many different manufacturers. If you want more info on the board find the serial number and the manufacturer on it and type it into google or similar - you might get lucky if it is a common board. If the set works fine then tie the loose wires out of the way, put the cover back on and watch the front. hope this helps :)

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