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Nashville 400 poweramp low freq distoration.All voltages seem correct, replaced all .33 resistors all drivers and output transistors,also replaced the dual diode and small transistors in driver section, comp light comes with even a small signal in.???

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See if the triac mounted at side of chassis is shorted. The triac is an ECG5679.

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    No short to ground on any of the three legs. all voltages are as required.

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You will need a horizontal output transistor, the aforementioned electrolytic capacitors, a voltage rectifier, possibly a high voltage coil called a flyback transformer, wire wound resistor, maybe a low resistance resistor, maybe a high voltage capacitor. In some tvs you need an EPROM ic. I hope you can find someone with the knowledge and expertise these days when the modern throwaway society put almost all electronic repair shops out of business. It may cost about $300 - $400 to get repaired or you can get a modern flat-screen tv for $800 - $1,000 and reinvest that money.

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Otherwise, if you have an oscilloscope, with no speakers attached, trace the incoming signal until it turns to a DC voltage or til the signal starts riding on a high or low voltage.

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No picture sound ok
Note 1 a Raster is the name for a screen made of lines of brightness
Note 2, A Blank raster has no snow or picture, its just a lit up screen

Sound ok but no raster.
First increase tube's first anode voltage (knob on the loptx) to see if the screen is just too dark.
if after you have turned up the bottom knob on the loptx, there is still no brightness,check, for crt heaters, and EHT 25kv and focus voltage (2kv) and A1's/Screen/G2 voltage is 300-600v.
and check for field timebase (height), the next thing to check is the sandcastle pulse.
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Its usually a very small transformer (4/5 legs) and a transistor connected to it,
The driver transformer legs(pins) will be two with voltage and two without
The two with power will either be about HT level (110v=145v) or about LT level(25v)
If not then trace back and look for a biggish 3w resistor.
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If the voltage is low and the feed resistor is getting hot then check the base of the driver transistor if its HI over 0.5V then its being turned on by the timebase oscillator chip (protection ?)
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