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Flyback transformer bad

Wanting to know how to replace the flyback transformer safely. Can't seem to get it out. How can I remove it and can I do it by myself. Tv has been off for 3 days so shouldn't have any current. don't want to have to higher repair man.

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Still Caps can hold charge for longer than that. Do you know for sure this is the problem. If not then, you maybe shooting yourself in the foot sort of speak. You would need a desoldering tool, iron or gun. Have you check the cost, because most flyback for projection cost maybe over 100. So it maybe easier and safer to call PTS 18008447871 and give them the tv model and what the problem is.

Posted on Sep 14, 2007

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