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POWER TURNS ON FOR 30 SECONDS AND THEN TURNS OFF,

I CHECKED POWER SUPPLY READS OK CHECKED SAND BLOCK RESISTOR 3.18 SHOULD READ 3.3K ALSO READ VOLTS 41V ACROSS IT. I NEED TO KNOW WHERE THE IC OR HORIZONTAL OUTPUT IS. I TRIED TO LOCATE SERVICE MANUAL AND WASN'T ABLE TO GET ENOUGH INFO.

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    I REPLACED 150UFD CAP 200V AT THE POWER SUPPLY AEREA AND ALSO TOUCH-UP COLD SOILDER. IT WORK LIKE IT SHOULD BE.

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Are you a qualified technician or a handyman? I ask only because I feel a duty to tell you that it is important that you be honest with yourself as to your ability to fully understand the possible dangers in what you are attempting to fix. Are you using an isolation transformer? If not.........for your own safety do not continue!
A qualified technician would know where to locate the HOR output and your having the service manual may only add to the old adage that "having too little knowledge and attempting too much"  may portend further DANGER to you"

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