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56" RCA projection TV

Can someone tell me what is the horizontal drive trasformer is? and what part number and location on board it is on a CTC195M chassis of an RCA rear projection TV model P52921. Thank you!

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  • Haitham Moaty Jan 17, 2007

    Thanks a lot! do you know what number would it be on the board both the HOT and the horizontal drive transformer or either?

    It would be wonderful if I can get the part number too so I can purchase.

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Part # from rca is 215541

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If you can find the horizontal output transistor which is located near the flyback transformer,one lead of this drive transformer is connected to the base lead. (horizontal output transistor). There may be a little coil in series with this lead going to the transistor.

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