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Picture images getting dimmer or fading like no backlights

When turn on power for a moment, then picture shows up very slow, then getting dimmer.I noted there isn't any backlights, and then picture images getting dimmer/fading slowly, very hard to see. I tried to adjust brightness, but no help. Is there any experts can help me please. Thanks picture goes black or dims to black .....turn power off and back on...picture returns but may stay or fade again...have in past resoldered most of board but beleive this problem is in triac? do these sets use one on remote control power? this problem occurred quite a while after the resolder cured the previous prob. where can i get a schem? this is an older trinitron pre wega?

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Hiii...

I'm not quietly sure ...have you check the GK Board looks at B+(135 V) check all 5V regulated..check all High voltage capacitor if there's have low ESR or dry cap...

# send me an e-mail to : be_cek@yahoo.com for compplete copy of the schematic...

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