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Hi,
If screen is high bright with retrace lines on CRT then check cathode volt supply, approx 200 volt DC
and if CRT has only retrace lines and there is not high bright problem then reduce G2 (Screen) volts, Screen volt control usually located on either Flyback or on PCB mounted at base of CRT.
Let me know further query, if any.
Thanks.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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