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MITSIBUSHI WS65809 TV

I RECENTLY PUT A HIGHVOLTAGE BLOCK INTO MY WS65809 BECAUSE OLD ONE WAS ARCHING,I PUT IT IN AND STILL NO PICTURE I HAVE SOUND BUT WILL NOT WORK???ANY IDEAS TO GET ME PICKIN AT MY BRAIN???tHANKS GLENN

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  • TRAVLINMAN80 Sep 16, 2008

    HI BIG IRSH NO SOLDER WAS INVOLVED WITH IT U PUSH IN THE ENDS INTO THE HIGH VOLTAGE BLOCK THE SAME WAY I TOOK IT OUT,THE OLD ONE WAS ARCHING FOR SOME REASON I HAVE NO IDEA.THE AUDIO I GET IS FROM TV NOT STEREO.SOME GUY TOLD ME TO GROUND OUT THE PICTURE TUBES UNTIL I HEAR A POPPING NOISE AND SHOULD FIX IT BUT I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE TO PUT IT ON PICTURE TUBE????????????????????????ANOTHER THING IS THAT I DONT HAVE ANY TESTING EQUIPMENT EITHER?????ANY SOLUTIONS LET ME KNOW U HAVE A PHONE???IF U WANT I COULD CALL U AND MAYBE GO OVER THIS WITH U ITS UP TO YA NEED TV BAD??THANKS GLENN

  • TRAVLINMAN80 Sep 17, 2008

    HOW DO I DO THIS?????I MEAN UNPLUG THE WIRE THAT COMES FROM TRANSFORMER AND GOES INTO THE" IN" HOLE ON HIGH VOLTAGE BLOCK.???THEN WHAT UNPLUG THE OTHER WIRES THAT SAY OUT ON HIGH VOLTAGE BLOCK ONE AT A TIME??????IS THIS SAFE AS LONG AS I DONT TOUCH WIRE ENDS JUST THE PLASTIC AREA?????????????????????LET ME KNOW CAUSE I WANT TO RULE OUT ANYTHING ELSE THAT I DONT NEED TO FOCUS ON????????THANKS FOR GETTIN BACK TO ME CAN I CALL U OR U CALL ME???????????????????LET ME KNOW?????THANKS GLENN

  • TRAVLINMAN80 Sep 17, 2008

    BIG IRISH ANOTHER THING I SHOULD NOTE IS THAT I JUST TRIED MOVIN THE WIRES AROUND AND PUSHING THEM IN TIGHTER BUT NO LUCK,THERE IS A LOW PITCH HISSING SOUND COMING FROM HIGHVLOTAGE BLOCK WHEN I PUT MY HAND NEAR THE SIDE OF IT I CAN FEEL AIR COMING FROM IT AND IF MY FINGER GETS CLOSE ENOGH TO TO WHERE THE IN WIRE GOES INTO IT AN ARCH SHOOTS INTO THE HOLE A SOLID ONE????WHAT THE HELL IS GOIN ON?????U HAVE ANY IDE???HELP?????????????????????????????????THANKS GLENN

  • TRAVLINMAN80 Sep 20, 2008

    BIG IRISH U OUT THERE MATE????????????????

  • TRAVLINMAN80 Sep 20, 2008

    YES IT DOES HAVE A PLUG ON IT IT AS 3 PINS AND THAT IS TIGHT I CHECKED ALL THAT STUFF??????????????????????????????U THINK I SHOULD GROUND OUT THE PICTURE TUBES UNTIL I HEAR A POPPING NOISE...SOME TECH TOLD ME TO DO THAT BUT WHERE DO I PUT WIRE ON PICTURE TUBE?????????????????.ALSO EVERYTHING IS WIRED RIGHT???

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Good Day, GLENN;
I assume that IHVT was arcing from the side, and the audio is from the TV and not stereo? Or was it the high voltage splitter? Was it plug in or soldered IN? It sounds like you may have bridged a solder joint, unplugged something by accident or something else? Double check your work first of all. Do you still get high voltage? You may poor part. Good Luck, big IRISH.

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  • MICHAEL MULLINS Sep 16, 2008

    Good Day, Glenn;

    The High Voltage Splitter you replaced should have four large wires, disconnect the short one first, from the IHVT, it's near Splitter. See if you High Voltage. Since it was arching you should have high voltage. CAUTION there is about 35 KV there.

    Now if you do not the problem is before the IHVT. Back to if you do have voltage, disconnect each other lead separately until TV comes on. Good Luck, big IRISH.

  • MICHAEL MULLINS Sep 20, 2008

    Good Day;

    It sounds like you have a bad part or you may wired it wrong. Does not this part have a plug on the bottom? Is that grounding plug properly seated or plugged in? Let me know, big IRISH.

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