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Is this something I can just order a new part myself and install or is it complicated enough that I need to take it into a repair shop? Also, is there a recommendation between repair or replace? Or would a repair shop that has seen the TV need to answer that? Thanks.
I will give you link where you can get a power supply. where you change out a power supply you just have to handle it carefully, and not tuck any of the transformer leads, and cap leads. I will get you a link where you should be able to purchase one,
http://www.partstore.com Also are you getting any clicks, led lights flashing.
Then it is defiantly your power supply
Thanks for your help. So in general what is involved in changing the power supply? Is it fairly straight forward once I get in there? No soldering, just connectors?
And one last question. I found the power supply at parts.com for $123. I also found a refurbished one at vizparts.com for $72. Any reservations from your experience with going with the refurbed one?