Question about Televison & Video
I have a RCA D52W17 Chassis ITC222. I got this set dead from a friend who decided to get a LCD instead of fixing this one. Seeing electronics repair is my hobby to take stress off of my regular job I thought this would be great to relax too before and after I fixed it. Anyways the flyback had a hole burned in the casing and was arching onto itself. I pulled the flyback and replaced it with a new one (OEM) fired right up. Popped in my favorite dvd and enjoyed the beautiful picture and sound. Then I noticed the picture was resizing a little. I have checked for vented and/or bulging caps and burnt resistors and found none. I expected to have to replace the horizontal output ic and a couple of caps but was surprised when it fired up before that. Could it be that the horizontal is going or did i hook the flyback up wrong. I made sure the soldering was nice and clean and the high voltage wire had good connection with the HV block Do I have the black wire in the wrong spot is it supposed to be in focus or screen on the flyback? or is there a setting that needs adjusted like a voltage regulator or something in the convergence. Other than the slight resizing its works perfect. I know this model has a protection circuit so its not anything major i dont think. Maybe im wrong lol. Any help is appreciated thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do you have the part number for the flyback ? I need it if you would please. send it to
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
You probably can't get the boots that fit over the HV connectors. What is the model of the TV and I can look it up.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
your convergence output amps are done...
you have to do repair on the convergence output circuit, and inspect
the power supply for any damages.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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