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0 volts on pin 9 of the flyback

I got 0 volts on pin 9 of the flyback. IC561 is bad agreed?

In circuit testing of R541 and D531 isn't a reliable test. I would need to unsolder for a good test. I can unsolder and test when I replace IC561.

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Base on the service manual information, yes IC561 could be defective.
You did not get the +15 volts because the TV failed to power up and the majority of voltages are coming from the flyback transformer.

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