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Re: powers up no pic
You have a bad solder connection in the Vertical deflection circuit. Try re-soldering the vertical output IC and the Vertical yoke pins. You may have to look over the Vertical circuits with a magnifying glass to actually find the bad solder . A hint if the solder looks dull re-solder it.
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It seems that your Pulse Width Modulation drive ic on power supply or high voltage section fails. This can be resolve by replacing the IC MCZ3001d that will be found on your power supply or at the high voltage section.(near Fly back transformer) If you have basics knowledge in electronics and soldering, you can easily fix it.
If everything else works - there is sound and high voltage (static on the screen) - but there is no picture (including no on-screen menus), this limits the likely area of problems is the video output circuitry or CRT filament connections. Check to see if the CRT filaments are glowing. If they are not glowing, check for bad soldering on the CRT neck board and around the flyback transformer.
Where the picture is erratic - coming and going entirely or changing brightness suddenly, with power off, remove the picture tube socket (carefully!) and clean the pins with fine sandpaper and use contact cleaner on the socket. This source of bad connections can result in a variety of erratic symptoms. Check for bad solder connections on the CRT neck board
This could be a couple of issue. 1) Power supply problem. 2) This is a CRT rear screen so it could be a High Voltage issue. Possibly a faulty HOT 'High output Transistor' that supplies the high voltage to the CRT's. Good to get it into a trusted service shop. Blessings, A/V Media Tech Guy
I had the same problem. It is error code 61 which is a power supply fault. Had a bad LSB board (pn: 313926719011 from MCM Electronics) which blew out on of my CRT. If you have any observed arcing in your CRT's, they are bad and will need to be replaced. I went to Ebay and found a used compatible Philips brand to replaced the CRT. Do not isolate the high voltage lines of the bad CRT to troubleshoot with a bad LSB. The LSB will short out another CRT (it did on mine). I bought the service manual an learned the set does not tolerant of power line surges. If you fix it, invest is a good surge protector.
sounds like the LSB is defective as that controls all the high voltage and deflection circuits. If you go to the following link and leave them a email with your model number they should have a LSB board for your model. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
You have got to have a cold or cracked solder joint. Get a strong light and go over the chassis with a magnifying glass. Solder everything that doesnt look shiny but be looking for hairline cracks in the solder especially near the vertical output IC and associated components.