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RE: Toshiba 27" Cinema Series

I have a 27" Toshiba Cinema Series tv set I've been working on, the problem is a dark picture, the High Voltage is where it should be and it appears to have plenty of Screen Voltage Range, I suspected a video problem, and replaced the Video Detector IC with no luck, at this point I have no idea where to look next, any ideas? Mark

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  • Mark Moore Aug 05, 2007

    Hi snakehead
    Ok, thanks for the info, will do that and let you know.

    Thanks Again!
    Mark

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Your problem is in the high voltage circuit.change your flyback it has a short.also check around for open diode in the same circuit.good luck

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