Question about Televison & Video
It was suggested by a friend who had a similar incident that my high voltage transformer was probably the issue with this old set because it had no picture just a snowy one. Have any tech here had any experiences with these sets? If it might be the high voltage transformer how does one find a replacement part? I know the set is old, but if I can repair it for a little money I figured, why not?
If you have snowy picture on this TV set, the problem is not your high voltage transformer,
The defective part is more likely the tuner or the IF section of the TV.
I would suggest to use a video source from a DVD player ot VCR and connect the audio & video output to the audio & video input on the TV. Do not forget to select video 1 or 2 on the TV.
Hope this helps.
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