Question about Toshiba 43H70 43" Rear Projection Television

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Powers up no pic

It power`s up the crt`s are lit but no hight voltage, but when i tap the chasses the high voltage comes on and pic is jumpey like a vert proublem
need help

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    Rob McCutcheon Feb 02, 2008

    THANKS SO VERY MUCH

  • Rob McCutcheon
    Rob McCutcheon Feb 07, 2008

    hello were is the vertical yoke pins.?

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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.

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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    Sonny Berry Feb 10, 2008

    trace the wires from the yoke on theCRTs back to where they plug into the chassis. There will be 6 plugs 3 horizontal yoke plugs and 3 vertical yoke plugs. Horizontal are usually larger plugs where as the vertical are smaller.

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