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Does a copy of the component locator sheet come with your guaranteed diagnosis?

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  • Rod Bullard Dec 20, 2008

    It has no diagrams.

    I downloaded a 'service manual' from servicemanuals.net but it wasn't in Adobe PDF format as advertised. When I unzipped the file, it contained several schematics but they are AutoCad '.dwg' files, which are huge and VERY difficult to view in anything but Autocad ($1,000 +)! Additionally, these schematics do not identify the specific boards they represent or where any specific board is located. There's no index or table of contents either.
    I'm aware of the flyback, high voltage splitter & capacitor problems (cp111, cp114, cp120 & cp150) that can cause this problem, but can positively identify only the flyback xfmr. Where can I get a component locator for this infernal tv.

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Look on the removable rear panel of the TV for an attached plastic box, usually about 2 in. x 4 in. The schematic and location diagrams are in there if it has one.

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NOTE: Sometimes the tech sheet is located behind the inner door panel. You will need to remove the screws securing the inner panel to access it if this is the case. Make sure you turn off the main power breaker before doing so.

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