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Everthing works on the tv, but there's no visible picture... are all 3 lamps bad or is it something else? Is there a switch to turn on the lamps that may be out?

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R43 location 2.5 ohm , 2 watt resister drives the lamps , when i changed mine it was measuring 12 ohm brightened the screen back up

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Probably one or both convergence amps have shorted.

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