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Toshiba 35 I have an older (90's) vintage Toshiba 35" TV that has a green color on off problem. I took a look at the circuit board on the back of the CRT and there is a cold solder joint. Can I just solder this, or is there a risk of high voltage here. I don't want to mess with it if there is high voltage issue.

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Turn the tv off ,disconnect from power source , then you can
wait 1 hour appx. ,for the crt to discharge it self ,or you can
being very  carefull discharge the crt by inserting a long
screw driver under the ground strap that runs across the crt
(thats the metallic one ) the other screw driver under the anode
high voltage cap (thats the one that connects to the top center
of the crt) then short the two screw drivers together ,you should
see a little spark if there was any voltage there ,after that you
can solder  all the cold solder joints.
May I suggest that you check the main chassis also for cold solder joints.
I have checked many a TV.,and I always check the main chassis  to prevent callbacks.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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