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Green crt been told center crt was leaking,arcing at line in so it needs to be replaced. recieved part # and runs about 250. My question is should I take the risk of putting a new crt in just to have it get arced out? or is that a common problem when the go bad? just trying to determin if i should cut my losses now or not

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  • dakota48078 Feb 09, 2008

    the set is a 2001 watch it regularly also looks like some fluid got on boards little I cleaned it up but hate to buy a new crt plug it in and have the new one shorted out what do you think is that possible

  • dakota48078 Feb 09, 2008

    watch it normally I guess not long enough for this to happen lol its about a 2001 just wondering what my chances of buying the new crt and not having something short the new one out? there was a slight amount of coolant that leaked on boards but i beleive that i cleaned it all up

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It will be worth it to replace it as long as the coolant did not leak on the board. If any fluid got on the boards there is a chance your boards will be ruined. If the tube was just shorted and arcing then it just takes replacing the tube. This also will take some major convergence to get it back watchable.

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How old is your set and how many hours do you put on it every month? These are questions that you'll have to weigh to decide whether to keep or replace the unit...accordianman

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  • Michael Borelli Feb 09, 2008

    The fluid involved is non-corrosive and usually silicone-based,.Therefore, the fact that some has gotten onto the boards is a moot point, unless some other contaminant has mixed with this substance, such as spider webbbing,(very conductive) or any other such item. In other words, don't worry about the fluid that has already spilled....accordianman

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