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NO HIGHT VOLTAGE

I HAVE PROBLEM WITH HIGHT VOLTAGE EVERTHING LUX IS WORKING EVEN ALL THE TRNSIST. AND IC CONSUM AND GETS HOT
BUT NO HIGHT VOLT.
TO THE PIC TUBE THIS USED 3 MODULE

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Sounds like the LSB is defective as that controls all the high voltage and deflection circuits. If you go to the following link and leave them a email with your model number they should have a LSB board for your model.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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