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25 inch magnavox

I have a tv that was not working so I replaced location c205 and d445 now my tv will turn on with a pink line going side to side then tv will turn off. Any items what needs to be replaced now?

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Re: 25 inch magnavox

Do you replace same value? Maybe you check other parts that had leak or high resistance, you may trace the primary supply and secondary. Check your flyback, mostly check all capacitor.

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