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    trying to get a PSU for 32" LCD TV

    Hi - I hope I'm in the right forum here as I've just joined.

    I have a Cello LTV 0402 32" LCD TV with a faulty internal power board where the 24v output voltage keeps dropping to 15v when the TV cuts out. Where can I get a replacement PSU board for this TV which is 2 years old. I can't find any reference to this model on the net.

    Thanks - Richard.

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    Re: trying to get a PSU for 32" LCD TV

    What ake is it? If it is a 'badge engineered' device (ie built by one mfr but sold under a variety of brand names) you may need to go back to the original mfr for a spare to fit yourself. Otherwise have you tried the brand mfr or the shop you bought it from?
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    Re: trying to get a PSU for 32" LCD TV

    Have a look at this site RKA,

    They seem to be the UK support for Cello products. If they can't help directly, they might be able to point you in the right direction.

    http://www.contrast-uk.net/index.html

    Hope this helps

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