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Plug set in stand by is there,set turns on b+ regulates at 130v.hv measures 20 kv then shuts down. never see filaments lite. don't have a manual. am thinking ihvt is bad? any help would be apprecieated thanks jim

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  • jim weiss Mar 23, 2009

    PROBLEM WAS HVT, HAD TO GET FROM SANYO

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I just checked with my distributor for the flyback for this model, and it comes up as an inactive part with the notice that Sanyo states they can no longer sell parts for this model, and that you must call sanyo direct at 800-877-5032 for information. They must have serious issues with this set. Sanyo used to put out a good product some 30 years ago, as I recall.

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SANYO NO LONGER SELL PARTS TO VENDERS. YOU HAVE TO ORDER ALL PARTS FROM THEM. THEIR PRICE WAS MUCH LOWER THAN THE PRICE LISTED FROM A VENDER AS NLA.CALL 1 800 877 5032

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