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Tv mitsubishi

Turn on has pix but no blue color .it will take about 30 min to have the blue.i check the blue transistor it is good it is cold and i replace the transistor but still the same .i check the collector of transistor the voltage is 270v and C suppose to have 193 v and the B&E are 9.16 that what the green and red read 193v on col 9.16 v on B and E .what do you think it might be?

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Re: tv mitsubishi

Older 35" and 40" Mits have RGB driver IC's on signal board that go line 13 pin part # AN5862.....replace both...test with
heat & cold technique........... OR CRT is bad..................T.

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