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When I turn the TV it takes some time to turn on. 4, 5 to six hours. What could be the problem.

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The hv would come up and then shutdown with 3 pulses. Monitoring EHT line from flyback at pin 10 of connector BL111 from deflection board to small signal board measured only +15 volts before shutdown. This is normally around +26 volts. according to Tech-Line Found resistor RL044 on deflection board off pin 10 same connector had increased in value to 650K ohm should be 221K ohm this resistor is located under heatsink for vertical IC.
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