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Flyback transformer and horizontal output transistor change out

I am trying to change out a flyback transformer and horizontal output transistor on a RCA Scenium HDTV/DVD Monitor 52-Inch Model # D52w135D.And I need to know where do I disconnect the wires from,is it the flyback transformer and the horizontal output transistor itself,or do I disconnect it from the other end.because I can't get to the other end from where I am. And I can't seem to get them out of the flyback transformer nor the horizontal output transistor,so could you give me some advise on what i'm doing wrong.

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There is a little loose sleeve at the transformer. It can be pulled out, but it is best to squeeze the sides through hole on each side of the terminal to remove the sleeve. The wire just comes out with a small pull afetr the sleeve is removed. Good luck.

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