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Check for bad solders on the crt socket . If it turns off again try running the tv with the crt socket off the tube but 1st try to time how it takes for the tv to turn off then disconnect the crt socket. If it does not turn off the tube may be bad, if it does not turn off check the voltages at the crt socket and see if all the voltages at the colour outputs are close to the same, if so then you have a bad tube when you connect the tube and the voltages change conciderably the tube is gone

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