Question about RCA E13320 13" TV
My wife could hear cracking comming out of the tv,but ignored it untill it got too bad and eventually unplugged it. i pulled the back off and tried it again,the flyback transformer had a hole burned in the casing and was arcing to the top of the transformer,so bieng mr fixit i got some glue and filled the hole,now the arcing has stopped but when i turned it back on the screen has only a single white line across it.i have located a flyback transformer,but now im wondering if a new flyback transformer will fix it ,or if this has damaged something else. i dont know too much about this stuff and would greatly appreciate any help.thanks
I beleive something in the vertical circuit got damaged. Check resisters to see if they are burned and locate the vertical IC has about 8 to 10 pins. It stands up on the board and all the pins connect into the board in a straight line. If you can't do this, take the set in for service. Get the fly back replaced and the vertical section fixed.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
Does anyone know here the flyback number of sanyo tv model DS25390, chassis#: 25390-02...tnx!
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Single white line across screen mean a vertical colapse. So you will need the vertical output and maybe a cap around 100uf@50v.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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