Home Video Asylum

TVs, VCRs, DVD players, Home Theater systems and more.

Thanks but...

...I've been down that road and it's a dead-end for me because, as is the case with most of those services, you have to send them your old board. Since the TV repair shop that originally diagnosed the power supply problem sent my old board off to be repaired (gone, lost, whatever) I don't have an old board to send. New boards are unobtanium (although I MIGHT have a line on one), exchange of boards is the only way you can go.

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