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How do I remove the HV lines on the D board?

I'm trying to remove my D board, so I can replace the 2 stk's, and check out the pico fuses. I cant seem to figure out how to get the 2 hv lines off the board. Should I just cut them, and splice 'em back together later? I've heard you can push and twist them, though this doesn't seem to work...

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  • mrwiggles Feb 25, 2009

    How much should I be twisting? There isn't that much slack. And, how in the world do I get it back in?

  • mrwiggles Feb 25, 2009

    Thank you for your help! Here are some images of the HV block, and where the wires connect on the D board.






  • mrwiggles Feb 25, 2009

    Yay! I finally got the thick one off... I wasn't pushing in far enough. It now makes much more sense!

    Though, I'm still having trouble getting the thin one off...

    Here's a picture of what the connector looks like:




  • mrwiggles Feb 26, 2009

    #$&@#%&%$!

    Well... I got the thin one out, but it looks like a broke off the end.


  • mrwiggles Feb 26, 2009

    I guess I wasn't supposed to remove the thinner one from where it connects on the D board... DOH!

    Do I now have to replace that whole thing, where the two HV lines connect, on the D board?

  • mrwiggles Feb 26, 2009

    So, are you saying it's ok, that I ripped the focus wire out of the flyback, on the D board? I do not have to replace it?

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Do not cut them.
Push and twist thicker wire in HV block and pull out. HV block has 3 more wires going to 3 guns in TV.
Never cut this wire.

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  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Feb 25, 2009

    Thick wire has clip at end that locks in HV block. Simply insert wire in HV block and it will get locked.
    To release lock needs push, twist and pull.
    Can you post here an image of wire and its end to help you more?

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Feb 26, 2009

    Thick wire is not broke off and seems OK, Congratulates.
    Other red wire is focus wire and goes to focus block that would be mounted at right corner of TV and you need to take off lower front of TV to see focus block having 6 control knobs.

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Feb 26, 2009

    Focus wire should be disconnected from focus block. If you pulled it out from fly back transformer, its bad and need new fly back transformer.
    What I see in image that you posted is thick HV wire and its end seems OK.



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