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Topic # 95435 4-Jan-2012 10:16
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hi i need a thermal fuse thermostat for a tv, this seems like the closest forum to my subject as its for a tv.

its just like this one


 http://www.wako-clinac.co.jp/product_en/cs-7_en/index.html  

(bottom/center one)

for a rear projection tv 

i dont know where to look for them

front  says:
CS-7L
75
6025

back says:
ClinaC 
cs-7

side says:
s11

thanks for any hints. 

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  Reply # 564248 4-Jan-2012 10:56
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You could work backwards through the supply chain: retailer, wholesaler, importer, manufacturer, until you find a parts department.
You could also try the likes of RS Components, or some similar company, for a 3rd party equivalent.



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  Reply # 564527 4-Jan-2012 23:41
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thanks found it today

tech electronics in palmy helped me out today when everyone else just gave me a "duh" attitude, those guys were eager to help, found the right part for me and supplied it fast. i recommend them highly, loads of advice and knowledge about my tv too. cost me $39.

part number 1-576-912-11 on a repair guide i found for sony to repair this particular model for an issue with the lamp door warping from heat. 

but the bag it came in says pn: a-1137-954-a

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  Reply # 564563 5-Jan-2012 04:34
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i cant believe you could get it, but congrats anyway



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  Reply # 564761 5-Jan-2012 12:53
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they said it was their last part for that tv type as its kinda old now about 7 years. loads of parts on ebay though.

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  Reply # 566214 8-Jan-2012 19:40
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Sounds like your part was for a older model Sony rear-pro LCD, if it failed, might be a good idea to clean dust out of the fans and rest of unit if you are able to do so, it usually fails due to heat buildup from poor airflow



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  Reply # 566483 9-Jan-2012 13:25
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yes it was, ive cleaned the fans (first thing i do with anything i get second hand)

its working great now but i noticed today what looks like dots ( i thought it was fly crap at first) in your experience can dust get into the engine where the lcd panels are? i dont want to open it up again if its pointless.

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  Reply # 566655 9-Jan-2012 21:06
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a bit of dust can get into guts of optics but it has to try hard to get there, if it is now working OK, best left alone until you have spare $$ to replace it with good a direct view panel TV - opening up area that gives access to LCD prism block invites problems that no-one wants!

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