On the deflection power supply there is a part about the size of a resistor (yellow with an orange stripe ) on the print it has 7 k protector labled for it is this like a fuse if so where can i find this part and what is it called i have serched for 7 k protector and came up with nothing the part is reading open on EP98
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Hi Sandy, the problem with your TV is called "convergence". It can be a problem with the convergence board or more likely in this model in the power supply or deflection circuits. Unfortunately, troubleshooting by a technician is required.
you have a shorted resistor in your power supply section feeding your board check the schematic and, reduce the too-high voltage in one or, more wires at the deflection board by placing the appropriate resistor(s) in the offending wire(s.)
The color code is as follows: blk = 0; brn =1; red = 2; orange = 3; yellow = 4; Green = 5: blue = 6; violet=7; Grey = 8; white = 9
Unfortunately, if it is wirewound, they usually printed the resistor value on the body of the resistor. For sure it shouldn't be glowing. Sorry I can't be more help, but without a schematid, can't do much else
its the problem of the ics on the main power supply board
Do the IC heat sinks get warm??
If they do not, check fuses F852 - 2AMP, F853 - 1.25AMP, F850 & F851 - ALL 5AMP on the power deflection pcb. THESE ARE NOT GLASS FUSES. They are usually about the size of a 1 watt resistor and either green or orange in color. They are soldered in. The nomenclature is printed on the component side of the board. They are all about centered on the opposite edge of the PCB as the high voltage transformer.
If you have cleaned up the mess you describe you most likely have one of these fuses blown.
if dont have any technical knowledge its advisable to call a technician as it is worth getting it fixed.