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Rca p56923bl chirping

I have a rca p56923bl it has a chirp i can get it to cut on by heating the back right coner of the power bord what part do i need to change

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  • bogger44in Dec 06, 2008

    hey i changed the part but it didnt make a difrence any other suggestions i can keep it on by leaving the hair dryer on it

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Horizontal Output transistor looks like this attached to a heat sink near the Flyback transformerrca p56923bl chirping - 97bd027.jpg

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