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Tubes are all the tv cathode ray tubes the same and can they be replaced by others as long as they are the same size

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NO! it would have to be by the same manufacture also the specifications and ratings would have to be the same , as some differ from different models
sometimes different sizes can but it will just look funny and will just end up hurting the board

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Firstly, most problems come down to power, or rather a lack of - because of a component breakdown.

1]...It may sound obvious, but there could be a problem with the unit's internal power supply module that regulates the supply to the HT (High Tension) side of the circuit; It could be
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c]...safety resistor;
d]...Or, but unlikely, a fuse.

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2]...It could be the line output transistor, or another component - such as a safety resistor - in the line out stage.
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3]...It could also be the line output transformer;
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I must stress, as a retired tv engineer myself, there are very dangerous voltages inside television sets, & I talk from experience - I've had some nasty shocks in my time, & it only takes a few milliamps of current to kill you, if it goes through your chest (Up one arm & down the other).

Even after a tv has been unplugged from the power socket, on the wall, it can contain dangerously high & possibly fatal voltages.

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I hope this has been of help to you.

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Hi and welcome to fixya, it is the colour wheel problem,,,,,,,,,this is common problem please check it ...it may be also cathode ray tube... thank u.........

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