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No power i hit the power button and i dont get anything. no high voltage. the brd is getting the 120vac...also getting the 120vac at tp1001.

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Would begin by checking obvious components like the power supply transistors, diodes, caps, etc. Also, if you can locate it (it should be a large transistor mounted on a heatsink by the flyback x-former), check the horizontal output transistor for a dead short. You could also have a lot of cold solders on the cotrnol board and in the HV and power supply.

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