Question about Panasonic CT-32SL14 32" TV
Put a voltmeter on the vertical I.C .
pin 1 should be 12Vdc
pin 2 should be 24Vdc
from those two inputs, it should be generating at least 50V on pin 13.
If those are not present, trace the power back to its source in the flyback circuit, where a resistor or diode has blown.
If present, check its output on pin 12 and if there, trace through the vertical output circuit.
If not, it may not be getting a trigger pulse from the main video chip.
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Posted on Jan 18, 2008
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