Question about Televison & Video
You may have a bad B+ problem. This is normally caused from a bad Horizontal Output Transistor or a capacitor feeding the B+ circuit. If you can do your own repair, check the main components/parts feeding the high voltage section. As always, check for cold solder joints ( bad/broken solder from the printed circuit board ) and solder them if you see anything that looks different or loose. Remember ALWAY( PRE-CAUTION, UNPLUG THE SET FROM THE WALL BEFORE SERVICING AND NEVER GET CLOSE TO THE LARGE RED WIRE FROM THE HIGH VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER ( IT CAN CHARGE UP TO 30,000 VOLTS ) Good Luck on your problem and I hope this has helped in some manner.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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