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TV HV I'm servicing a 25" TV..brand:TCL model: TCL-2560 First,it blowns the fuse,i replaced its switching transistor in primary,,then its ok...but it can't give picture because there's another problem in HV, there's arcing in anode cap wire{damaged}. is this may affect or damage the Deflection Yoke? can i replace the Flyback Transformer...or only its anode cap wire where the arcing is made? Thanks.

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Usually when thiers arching its usually inside the flyback connection that causes the arching.I reccomend changing the flyback.

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