Question about Sony KP-53HS10 TV
HI: I think you have some serious problems here. First changing a picture tube is never easy. The yoke is bonded. There are basic alignments on the neck. Coolant containment, etc. Second, it is always recommended to change all three tubes, because you will not get a good gray scale balance. Third: the flash was probably the combo g2 controls shorting out. Also I am unsure what you mean by only curved lines on the screen. This could be a loss of proper voltages, because of the shorted g2`s, or another problem, because of the voltage surge, burning out other circuits.
You are in the range were I would recommend to my customer, not to repair it.
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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