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I am replacing the flyback transformer

I have bought a new flyback transformer, and installed it. But I can not get the wires out of the old flyback transformer to hook up to the new one, how do I do it, step by step.

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  • sunshine3139 Mar 19, 2009

    How do you get the old one off?

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The wires don't come off the flyback. You have to take the front cover off where the speakers are. Trace them and unplug them.

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You should post here pictures of old transformer and point out what wire you want to remove, then I can give you an idea what to do as flyback transformer is not in front of me.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

  • matthew manning Jul 21, 2011

    i have the same one an im getting a new flyback an it dont come with wire so what should i do???

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