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I have a unbranded tv set. ive got a busted horizontal out put. if i disconnect the collector of the H-out the B+ line has a voltage reading of 300 volts DC. if i connect the collector of the h-out to

Tv is totally deadset

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Use 100 watt gls lamp in h out check with analog meter
+b is 110 volt if high check smps

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SOURCE: dead set, HOT transistor keeps shorting

It's the copper coiled magnet on the neck of the crt closest to the front of the tube.

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But my freind, If the set had a cold and hot chassis, it could be he is not measuring the voltage from the cold ground and therfore would be a normal reading?

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ang voltage ng HOT 90 to 120 Volts. kapag standby power yan ay 90 volts japag nag oscillate ang HOT power yan ay tataas ng 120volts Psi. Technician kaba?


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Check the Line Output transformer and associated circuitry.for a short.

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try ic801 SE090 regulator on secondary of power-suply

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Check the voltage input to horizontal output transformer [LOT]. Check the voltage at the collector point of the line drive transistor. If the line drive transformer primary gets open this type of fault mau occur. Also check the frequency ant the collector point of line drive transistor and the base point of line output transistor. It should be aroung 15625 Hz.
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Hello miko_alexand,

That problem indicates that the Horizontal Output Transistor (HOT)is beginning to malfunction. I would suggest that if you have a background in electronics that you do the following:

1) unplug and open the back of the set

2) look for the HOT and locate the Collector, Base and Emitter of the transistor and using your multimeter set to read resistance measure from the collector to the ground, it should read high almost infinite, red from base to ground it should read low and from emitter to ground it should read low.

3) if the HOT when read from the collector to ground reads low then you can bet that the HOT has a short circuit from collector to ground, and will have to be replaced.

4) In addition I would also perform a ring test on the Integrated High Voltage Transformer (IHVT).

This will tell you if the IHVT has suffered any damage from the HOT malfunctioning. You may end up having to replace both of the components.

If you do not have a background in electronics I would suggest that you take the TV to your local TV repair facility.

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