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VERY DARK COLORS ON THE SCREEN..

TESTED THE VOLTES ON THE CRT PINS FOR THE RGB VOLTS WAS 46 V ! THE SERVICE MANUAL READ IS 10 VOLTS ON THIS PINS..PLS HELP ME
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    thanks a lot ,,i will try this tips thanks for responsing fast

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Check power section the brightness control transistor could be open.The voltages are ok on rgb.check heater voltage
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