Question about Televison & Video
After much surfing I have found the solution to my mondo TV's problem, being at least handy I have removed the "D" board that houses the pair of "STK" convergence Chips, I am sending it off to PTS corp to have it rebuilt, this is IF I can remove the flyback high voltage wire from the distribution block.
I have read time and time again that this wire should be pushed in and rotated 90 degrees to free it from the distribution block, I messed with it for an hour last night, and although it feels like it is spring loaded and I can in fact hear a spring in side the distribution block creaking I cannot free it from the block.
I am ready to don gloves and cut the wire and solder it back together when it is returned if someone doesnt have a better answer.
Thanks for your time.
Those connections pull straight off. You don't want to cut that wire because you still will have the male end stuck in the tube. You cannot splice that wire well enough to ensure no high voltage leakage that would damage the other components.
Posted on Mar 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
TV Tech - well another issue has cropped up today. The TV turns on for about 15 secs and then automatically shuts off. Seems like a power supply issue but not sure.. Your thoughts?
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
Enter the tip of a pointed knife between the left side edges of the connector (circled in black in the attached pic) and gently tilt the knife away from the connector. Do the same on the right side. The connector should pop up.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Replace both STKs Use StK 329-180s if set is using110s,120,150s, I havent heard of anyone yet getting shocked from replacing ICs.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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