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post #1 of 6 Old 06-18-2012, 07:18 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey everybody,

The two ladies in my life (the wife and the dog) combined to ruin the HDMI port on my Mitsu WS-65615. When the dog pulled the HDMI cable loose when chasing after a ball, the wife plugged it back in at about a 45 degree angle and pushed all of the contact pins back into the connector. There is only one HDMI port on the TV, so this is kind of a big deal.

I have identified the part that I need as 934C107001, which is the HDMI PCB. However, I am having a really hard time finding anywhere that I can order it online. Looks like the places that I can find via google either no longer carry it (partstore.com) or don't have it in stock (tvserviceparts.com, encompassparts.com). Can you all help me find somewhere that might have one in stock?

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I personally would use this as an opportunity to upgrade lol, make her feel guilty about and lay it on thick Haha so she pushes you out the door to buy a new set. That's what I'd do anyway

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Oh trust me, that discussion has already happened :-). However, we just got married and there are lots of other things to get paid off besides a new TV. I figure I can live with replacing a $50 part right now and have the ace in the hole for when the timing is right to get a new TV.

Anybody have any ideas where to get this replacement part to help a guy out?
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I can't seem to locate that part either. You might wanna look in a device that's called HD Fury. It looks like its either that or just use component inputs I hate to say.

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I have identified the part that I need as 934C107001, which is the HDMI PCB. However, I am having a really hard time finding anywhere that I can order it online.

Keep looking on eBay. Here was a working Mitsu WS-65615 that went for only $25, that could have been used for parts if needed.

Or, you could have this place repair it.

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I can't seem to locate that part either. You might wanna look in a device that's called HD Fury. It looks like its either that or just use component inputs I hate to say.

Thanks for pointing out the HD Fury. I tried something similar from Monoprice (link) that converted HDMI to component. I was having a really hard time getting it to work with my receiver (Denon AVR3310CI) and home theater computer (Zotac ZBOXHD-ID34BR). Looks like I am going to have to try again.

I will also keep an eye on eBay, hopefully something will pop-up.

Thanks guys!
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