Question about Sony Televison & Video
There is no generic Horizontal Transistor for all Sony Televisions. Having repaired many different tyupes of sets over the years, the only thing that will help you is a set of schematics, and the model numbers on the transistor. You will need the schematics to find/check the other components in the display circuit that may also be bad. Very rarely did I just need to replace a HT without other power supply components as well.
Nowadays, it really does not pay to bother opening most CRT sets anymore. If you can get the schematics, you usually spend $25-$35 just on those, before you get into the actual repair.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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