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My tv is TX-32DK20F, but this is closest i found. I don't have blue color on my tv.

It started with giving little bit yellow looking picture, and sometimes it flickered blue. For two weeks problem could be solved just turning tv off and on again, but now it wont give the blue color at all...(so the picture looks like yellow, little greenish).

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  • Hannu Rissanen Apr 22, 2007

    Found couple of cold soldier joints, and resoldiered those and others too...
    Seems to work for now. Many thanks.
    I think I still replace blue driver, because it sometimes turns all blue, and turns off and on.
    This started to happen after soldierings.
    Seems like the blue dot was missing, but it started to work (thanks to wingnut), a little too much i would say... But I replace the driver to a new one (thanks chook) and hope that will do it.

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Cold soldier joint on deflection board (at end of tube). Power unit down and disconnect power. Wait 15 minutes for total discharge and carefully unplug the connections to the board. Resoldier all the CRT connector contacts and sub cables to board. Reconnect all and test. Some low voltage conditions from the HV supply can blank a tube and restarting set can cause the capacitors to charge enough to make it work for a short period of time. This type of failure is most often the flyback degrading and not a regulator.

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HI,the usual faults & simple ones are on the CRT bd on the PIX tube neck,by your description id say the blu or red drvs need attention.or supply rail. regards CHOOK.

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80 (-16,50,18
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Yellow Color: 0
Yellow Tint: 1
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Magenta Color: 0
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