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Sony trinitron TV

No picture, picture comes initially for a second and later screen moves up on the screen with horizontal lines, and screen becomes complete dark. though sound is perfect

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  • ashay Jan 13, 2008

    thanks billy:

    you saved our TV going to junkyard, though do you know actual value R530 resistor



    Ashay

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I have seen this problem before.

The problem turned out to be caused by a poor solder joint on R530. This is in the HV
sensing circuit and is associated with IC501/ comparator. The resistor was replaced for
good measure and proper operation restored.

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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    billy jones Jan 13, 2008

    It is a metal glaze resistor 1/10w 22k

    If you need the full manual for this unit, email me at: billyjones@fletchersite.com

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