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Re trace lines in 14'' CRT

Found Re- trace lines in 14'' CRT.When we open the gun we noticed that heater is damaged and holes observed on cathode walls.

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This monitor will unfortunately have to be replaced. the repair parts will take some time to order. try the troubleshooting charts on the LG website.

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Just unsoldered CRT socket from circuit board ,when taken already clean the socket used a sand paper and laquer thnner or alcohol to clean socket very well and rebuild or simply resoldered all soldered joints parts in the CRT board. In vertical section replaced all the electrolytic capacitor there .If retraced line still exist thats the time you replaced the CRT .Feel free whatever the result.

Hope it may help you;

Regards;
VOTIT


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