Home Video Asylum

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RE: I suggest...

I kind of know what needs to be replaced. It is a A-board for the TV. Either repair or replace. No tech will repair it. The price of the board that I got quoted was $365 + $200 labor. Simply ridiculous for opening the back, unhooking the connector and plugging back a replacement board. I am waiting for another estimate, but I am sure it will be similar. I am going with the HDMI splitter until the all the ports die. :-(
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