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Does any one have the power board schematics for this TV?

A small 2KV Capacitor (High voltage) near the High voltage tower on the power supply board (Location C514 looking at the face of the board) has burned badly and I cannot read it it could be a 1K but I am not sure...
Would any one know anything about it?
Please help!
Thanks,
Sonny

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The value of C514 is 390PF 2kv

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SOURCE: Trying to identify a capacitor on the power supply board

IF you have the G BOARD part #A-1316-367-A it's:
1-162-133-00 CERAMIC 390PF 10% 2KV
IF you have the G BOARD part #A-1316-422-A it's:
1-161-754-00 CERAMIC 0.001MF 10% 2KV

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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