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8P6051C101 I just recieved this Tv From a friend and i assembled it and pulged it in. It started sparking and there were flames seen in the rear of the Tv. This seem to come from a singular line from what I could see that went one of the lenses (if looking from the back its the one all the way to the right) My question to you is does this need professionally done or can I just replace the line and it will work? Please advise

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  • winggoon Apr 12, 2008

    It is a red wire and it looks like it is arching at the oppsite of the lense like a white box were the rubber seal is the model number is 8P6051 C101 sry the link made me put the 9P6034 But the correct Model Number is the 8P6051 C101. It looks like it is arching to the wall beside the wire. I hope this helps and thanks for the info already.

  • winggoon Apr 12, 2008

    I wouldn't be able to do that until tommarrow I have to got to work but the chasis number is PVT810- AH01 I will try to get a pic tomarrow thanks again

  • winggoon Apr 15, 2008

    the wire seems to be fixed i turned it on but now there is a green tint that is ever present in the screen can you help with that?

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I take it that you are refering about the large red wire running to the Blue CRT (picture Tube) as thats the one on the right side looking in the back. Can you tell me exactly where its arching at on the wire? I should be able to help you out with it, as its probably the flyback ( where the red wire plugs into with the other red wires) and if so its an easy repair and I can psit a link where you can order the part and get free tech support plus instructions on how to do the repair yourself. I am one of that sites repair techs. Let me know where the arching is going on also let me know your correct model number as there are two model numbers associated with your post. the 9P6034 and the 8P6051 so I will need the correct model number

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    Sonny Berry Apr 12, 2008

    Can you look on the back of your set and find the chassis number and let me know what it is and I should be able to tell you where you can get the part you need. can you also post a picture of the item your refering to as it could either be the flyback or the HV block a picture would let me know exactly which part you need.

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Apr 12, 2008

    Ok sounds good then I can give you the exact part to get and you will be able to fix your set. Either part is very aesy to replace.

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