Question about RCA F36650 36" TV
Not very hard but you MUST discharge the stored voltage or be electrocuted.
This charge will be there, even when unplugged.. take a medium sized test lead, ground one end to the chassis, and connect the other end to a probe, like screwdriver, and WITH FINGERS BACK, push the probe under the flyback connection on the tube. Listen for large spark, then you are good to go.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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