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Jaime, I replaced the p5nk50zfp regulator. The fuse does not blow any more but the tv still inop. I rechecked the regulator I installed and this one went open. Installed another regulator but TV is still inop. Any ideas? I don't have a diagram so pinpointing is tough. If possible give part # if have any ideas what may be.

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    It is blowing that regulator evertime I replace it..I will ck the solder connections, thanks

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Check the solder conections by the main voltage transformer that was my problem on two of them

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The only suggestion i have is that you could have a defective flyback transformer if still not turning ON.
You should check B+ voltage and see if it gets to the horizontal transistor, if it does; chances are that the flyback is defective on this TV.
I looked for an schematic, but no luck find one. Looks like they do not exist.

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