Removing the HV Wires from Flyback on RCA TV D52W19/
In an attempt to remove the HV wires from my flyback on my RCA D52W19 TV, there is a tiny plastic piece at the top of the flyback that appears to have been holding the hv wires in place. Tugged a little to hard on it and I broke the small plastic piece. Is there a replacement I can get somewhere?
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this is the flyback. it is not uncommon for this part to be bad and spark. Now it is common if this part is bad then the horizontal output transistor is shorted. this part is located directly in front of the flyback on a large heatsink.
Thats either the flyback or the HV splitter. If the sound is coming from the rear left side its the flyback. If its coming from the front of the set its the HV splitter. They are both easy to replace. I will post a link where you can get replacements with instructions if you would like.
Yes it has to be resoldered you will need some special tools a good solder iron solder wick to remove solder a solder ****** and good solder without acid core you will need to remove the wires on the flyback be careful
This transformer does not come with the hv lead,if the arch is coming from the side of the transformer,cut the side of the plug were it goes into the transformer and the lead will come out,there is no voltage stored on the hv lead after the set is unpluged for a few min.,the transformer you can get at any rca repair center.