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#279701 2-Nov-2020 17:20
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Hey all,

I've just been given a 6100 series Samsung 55 inch TV.

The downside is the HDMI ports and TV tuner are faulty.

I was planning on replacing the main board.

Any suggestions of where to source a Samsung mainboard either in NZ or from the US.



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  #2597756 4-Nov-2020 17:28
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I sourced a board for my old Plasma through an Aussie crowd that sells via Ebay. Got my Aussie mate to grab it for me and send it back to me in NZ. Was quite reasonably priced too. Just make sure you get the exact same model board. 

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