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Problem with TCL Television

My TV model is TCL 2027,I have a problem with low horizontal collector output it is only 24 volts when i measured it,the Transistor is D1555,anyone please help locate the exact faulty electronic parts i have already replace the output transistor but it has no effect..thanks and more power,e-mail me @ cincinati_07@yahoo.com for any reply

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I have also a problem regarding the TCL-2027 the trouble is half screen.I replace the vertical IC together with all neighbor capacitor but same problem unsolve.so please help me asap.and what
is the service mood of TCL-2027.just send your help at jurie7@yahoo.com.

Posted on May 13, 2010

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