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Sears has one convenient location on the web to get all your Craftsman parts. They carry most parts for you tractor for at least 20 years.
You can get a new belt from searspartsdirect.com. You will need the model number off the mower to find and order the part. The number looks like 917.123456.
When you enter the model number into the search box at searsparts diagrams will pop up. You can locate the belts and order right there.
If you can't figure out the diagrams, you can go to any Sears store and they will help you order the part. All Craftsman parts are plus shipping.
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That's not the consumer part.
It is a service part.
You may replace it.
Unfortunately,Panasonic does not sell to customers.
Maybe you can complaint to Panasonic strongly.
Some company listen to customer some of them not.
Panasonic : 800-833-9626
Part no : LFS4000PA1 (Lamp Assy)
Good luck !!
Press 'Function' then 7
Press 'Monitor' seven times
Press '*' (star)then 0
This Gets you into service mode.Scroll down on using Large Round Button until you get one that says Ram Initialize press Start then Scroll down unitil you see All job Clear,then press start again,M/c will reboot and this should clear your memory.
Do not know the part number, but I have acquired one LCD flex cable from ebay. Item number 280545029278 The biggest challenge is to replace the cable through the hinge. I'm still trying to figure it out.
If your TV model is TH-42PZ80U, and you want to replace the whole power supply unit, shopjimmy.com has them for $160. But for each parts# on that board itself, you need to find a Service Manual to look up that part.