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Disk unit-integrated television and disk unit-integrated display

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #8116617.

A disk unit-integrated display capable of being downsized while inhibiting the number of components from increase is obtained. This disk unit-integrated display includes a disk unit, a cover member arranged on an upper surface of the disk unit and including a mounting portion, a first circuit board mounted on the mounting portion of the cover member, a second circuit board arranged below the disk unit, and a relay board so mounted as to extend in a direction substantially perpendicular to a surface of the second circuit board and supported by the first circuit board, wherein the first circuit board includes a first terminal portion, and the relay board includes a first terminal receiving hole receiving the first terminal portion.

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