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I have a vertical line in the mid of the the screen and there is a hitention even if the line transistor is out of the sercuit. thanks Elsamani

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Your monitor uses one transistor for High Voltage and one for Horizontal deflection. (Many use just one transistor for HV and Deflection). The transistor you removed is the deflection transistor.

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