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DEAD T.V.SET TOSHIBA CF2662B

I DONT HAVE A SCHEMATIC FOR THIS SET.THE VOTAGE BEING APPLIED TO THE HORIZONTAL AMPLIFER IS 130 VOLTS. I CHANGED THE FLYBACK TRANSFORMER,WHICH DIDNT IMPROVE MATTERS.THE MOMENT I TURN HE SET ON I BLOW THE HORZ ,AMP.I BELIEVE THE VOLTAGE FROM THE POWER SUPPLY IS TO HIGH.IF ANY ONE HAS A SERVICE MANUAL FOR THIS SET I WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE IT.OR IF YOU HAD THIS PROBLEM WHAT WAS THE PROBLEM?

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H.O.T. Collector should be 120V and Run on a Variac to lower B+.(Could be Cap or Resistor also)... Sounds like the HVSD is kicking in.. Sams is great for Schematics...(Google for freebies)..
(Not familiar With this model but a good starting point)_._._

Good Luck!

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