The set is unresponsive to remote or to on-set controls; no raster, located all four fuses, all check good; a/c power is measured after the main fuse... appears to be no filament heat in the CRT...looks like the controls are not activating the power switch...
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Re: TV dead; unresponsive, no raster, nothing.
You may have lost the standby power supply. There should be a 5v supply
that runs with the set in standby, see if you can find that. Also check
for B+ (around 160VDC) at the large filter capacitors in the power
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You've done a very good and exhaustive check of the TV electronics. It appears that the boards are all doing their jobs and you are getting sound and can control the TV. Do a thorough check of the glass panel with a flashlight. Look for fine cracks, particularly in the corners.
You need a new frount control raster for this TV, what has happend is this little circuit board under the buttons has given out. You might have lost the function to control with the remote as well. The best thing to do here is take it to a tv repair shop. and have it looked at.
Diagnosis: bad control raster
Prognosis: replace raster with spare or new
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i dont know about a code but i would check my 5 volt standby power supply voltage ,and depending on tv check all standby voltages with set pluged in only .if stand by voltages is good check for horiz drive at base of driver trans when you press the power button
Hello ChupacabraV2, This is a scene from some horror movie. I bet , if you unplug it, the TV will still be on!!....Just messing with you. Its been several days since you posted this problem. Please post update if there is any change. I don't think you have the TV on all this time. Let us know
plug your cable connection to a vcr "in" then run a seperate cable cord from the vcr "out" to your television (which should be on channel 3 or 4) depending on your vcr setting and use the vcr to control the channel so when your westinghouse freezes and becomes unresponsive you could still change the channel and so on through your vcr and tv acts like a monitor works for me.
N.B be sure to set the volume and so on before it freezes which could be like a 1min window from turning your tv on