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CRT KR & KG Sort

My TV Have Problem KR & KG Sort NEC PCB KR, KG, KB Voltage are 206 KR KG & KB how can clear this KR & KG Color Gun Sort

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If these guns have cathode-filaiment shorts you might be able to get an isolation transformer made especially for this problem. Otherwise you need to replace the picture tube. Stargazer

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Sorry if this posts twice. I think I might have posted an ealier question in an improper area. I have a Sony Wega 32" Trinitron Model KV-32F S200 (Year 2003) Recently, I've been getting a Green...


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