Question about Broksonic CTGV-5463TCT TV
It sounds like you are missing the luminance drive to the CRT board or the voltage that is provided to amplify the signal. The reason you get a good on screen display is that it is it is fed from aseperate circuit and you get some images because the chrominance signal is still being supplied. The video signal is made up of these two component- luminance and chroma. You usually need an oscilliscope to troubleshoot.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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