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Sony KV29C3A 100Hz

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I can unplugged from main my TV and waiting some time and then try to measure something,could be the problem some component belong to this circuit like resistors,capacitors?or is the transformer it self?

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Hi,

It's almost certainly the transformer itself but with the fault you are getting it wouldn't be something that can be measured with a meter.

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Andy

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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