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Schematic and/or wiring diagram - Magnavox TV Mod 20ms233s

Need schematic and/or wiring diagram for Magnavox/Philips TV Model 20ms233s. I have found a broken wire running from small circuit board pin 0227. Can't locate where it is supposed to go although I believe it runs to large circuit board. Hopefully it has something to do with sound as the TV has had a sound problem for the last year and now there is none. It is a black wire with plug in white connector to pin 0227 on small circuit board. Where does other end connect?

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  • Allen Rogers Apr 30, 2007

    I think I blew something out in the 75 ohm input area. I now have no picture nor sound but a nice clear screen!

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The problem in my tv is the sound no have

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Usually it "Blows" the primary winding of the step down transformer and often does nothing else, if ya lucky, so try replacing the transformer, sometimes it can also, as well blow the Bridge Rectifier OR rectifier Diodes, on the secondry side. I havent seen schematics have you Goggled for them?
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