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Rca tv hi eagle we spoke with you last nite regarding our rca tv. looking at schematics and nothing shows as flyback it shows as line filter.......part L14201 is this the same thing

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  • donnamw1963 Sep 27, 2008

    the part number we kept coming across was 239111 which we assumed was the flyback.....do you know what part this would be.........is the vertical output ic the same as the vertical out amp ?



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Yes that is the correct part number.. If its not the flyback then i would bet on the dry solder at the vertical output IC.. Check it and let me know..

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