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Sounds like a probable shorted Horizontal Output Transistor (hot) Hopefully thats all. Sometimes the flyback will fail as well. If your not familiar with electronics I would recommend a tv shop repair. If its just the HOT transistor average repairs are 75-110 depending on your location.
pls. check your tv mains plugh is luss canaction
if not then
probulum is in side tv set so pls. dont.use tv again and cont.nearest tv tech.and solve this problum. becous cracking noise is dengered for your tv.set
* you dont. open tv back cover it your self.becous in side tv set very high voltage.
I have done some research and found a notorious cap and diode problem with this set. The two 4700uf caps (C14113 and C14115) on the DM1 power board (the board to the left of the sat. box when you look at the set from the back) are under rated and will eventually fail. When these caps fail they tend to take out diode CR14105. This may be your problem. If it is, you can replace the caps with 4700uf 25V 105c and the same as original diode.
hello. it sound's like you have a picture tube that is shorting out from a something arking in side of your set.!!! eather on the (CTR PIN COUSHION).!!! OR ON THS CHASSIE.!!! THAT WHAT MAKING IT DO THAT.!!! TIME TO GET A NEW SET.!!! HOPE THIS HELP'S YOU.!!! "GOOD LUCK"
Sounds like DRY JOINTS WITHIN DFS MODULE.
This is a pcb within a rectangular metal screened box on the left hand side of set when looking from the front.
Will need resoldering be carefull very fine print will need decent soldering iron with fine tip & poss magnyfying lamp to aid looking.
If your not at all sure take to repair shop.
This TV is nice set has one of the best crt pictures you can get.
Just keep smack'in it around, it works for me.
It is the 'protection overload circuit' taking over and shutting the TV set off. This is because it detected a short or near-short circuit somewhere. Most common is high voltage, deflection amplifiers and main power supply. It's pretty much a common fix for an experienced tv repairman. It might set me back in the ballpark of $200 - $300.
Just to see if the set reacts and it does something different tap the sides of it,dont over do it ,I should not take much to see a reaccion if it has a loose conection,If it reacts check for loose conections in the power supply,horizontal driver transformer and any overheated areas specially after the output transformer.If you are familiar with tv service this should help but if you are not be safe and call for assistance from a servicer.