Question about Philips 32PT6441/37 32" TV
After replacing the shorted Line driver Transistor, carefully removing and replacing the same CRT base circuit, resulted with the problem going away. I cannot say what really was the cause, but I suspect that there could have been some form of acing on the neck of the tube.
Posted on Jun 01, 2007
This could be caused by 1 of 2 things, firstly the crt could be arcing, check this by taking the tube base away from the tube neck (only do this if you are a qualified engineer, high voltage and all that), secondly your F.B.T. (Fly-Back Transformer) could be up the swanny (faulty). It would be handy to know if the transistor blows instantly. Hope this is of some help to you, please email me if you require anymore assistance firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 31, 2007
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