Question about Toshiba 20AF43 20" TV
You have a great little set. These made a great picture. It is impossible to tell without inspecting it myself, but the most common things we found on this era of Toshiba was open flyback transformers and shorted horizontal outputs. Neither of these do I recommend you attempt, because you will be working in the high voltage circuit and can subject your self to unhealthy voltages (in excess of 30,000 volts). Refer this to a qualified technician, but a fair and honest one who will charge you a fee that will make it worth repairing. Make sure he/she checks the socket on the picture tube, too.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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