Question about Televison & Video
TV's have a circuit that monitors the high voltage and shuts down the set if it senses something amiss.
On CRT types, figure on replacing the flyback transformer.
Most TV power supplies use a large capacitor on the power input circuit that instantlly charges when plugged in and thus draws a noticable spark. This is normal.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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