I have pulled the board to replace the Flyback/splitter assembly but cant seem to find the part any where.I do have the part number: HVG/32865.I was wondering if someone could help me find it?Thanks in advance.
Hi, i'm having a similar problem and was wondering if you ever got yours fixed? i've found the FBT, it's located on the bottom right side as you're facing the back of the TV and it has 3 red wires coming out the top. mine, i've noticed, sparks once when the tv is turned on. i can't find a replacement part for under $300. any suggestions?
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Could be h.v. splitter.pull the lead coming from the flyback that enters into the h.v.splittter. Put lead in a quart jar and turn the set on and see if you hear a hissing sound, if you don't see a blue arch also. If set stays on then h.v.splitter is bad.
I'm assuming you mean the high voltage lines.
All you have to do is reach in to the front block' and grasp the red line that goes to the flyback.
Do not attempt to remove the fly back side.
Just be careful not to bump the CRT's.
Slide the boot off and pull!
The problem is not with the mail filter board as that only supplies standby voltages to the chassis. If the led is blinking 3 times the most likely scenario is the flyback , Thats why the clicking from flyback coincides with the led's blink. If you look on the deflection board ( where the flyback Is) at the top of that board there is a u shaped heat sink that has CP150 in side the "U" chances are the top of that capacitor will be budged and possibly CP114 as well see photo below.
You can get the flyback at the following link and they will provide free tech support to help you with it as well as instant messageing tech support to help you remove the board and the Flyback wires. Its a very easy repair and it doesnt require fine detail soldering what so ever. You need flyback 259296 they will also answer any question you have by leaving them an email. heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
Flyback transformers rank about a 5 or 6 on dificult to repace.. depending on the model of tv that you are working with.. the rca itc222 can be difficult.. dependend on your soldering experences. To replace this one you have to pull the chassis tray up and out to get to the bottom... unsolder the pins ussally a vacum desoldering tool is required because it is important to remove all solder from the pins..then gently pry the clips that hold it on the board... this is where you can mess up unless the pins have be completly solder free you can crack the board... NOW the hard part... removing the wire from the flyback.. if the flyback is the type that the wire comes out. the wires will eather have a clip around the large wire or you will have to go to the other end of wire and pull it out from the splitter. eather way this wire is firmly in an will require gently but extremmly firm pulling to get out.
Hi if picture is of it could be convergnce ic and that would require a tv tech cost is 250.00.
But the arching noise is usually your high voltage arching from fly back or spiltter you could take off back be careful it is very high voltage only do if you now this stuff, and you will see it arching when it is on and where ever the arc is coming from is the problem the fly back is a large transformer and is black with red high voltage lead coming out of it the leads could be bad to.
the splitter is where all the leads go into from tubes. i hope this helps cost to fix for tv shop is 350.00. thanks doctor video
Sounds as if you'll have to replace the regulator and filter cap for it, at the very least. You may have taken out the flyback again, as they're not very hardy when driven with too much AC bias. The arc that you are calling a spark will have to be addressed also. If you have an intermittent connection at that point, the feedback voltage will be incorrect and you'll have the same scenario on dealing with a dead set once again. Hope this helps....accordianman