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High Pitched Noise, No Picture, Need To unplug to make it stop

My TV is doing the same types of things that another member said was happening to their 42".  I am under the impression that it is the horizontal output transistor and transformer based on a previous posting. (thank you techman).  My real question now is, 

Where can I find these parts so that I can make this repair? 
My car is too small to take this TV anywhere and I feel my only worthwhile option is to make this repair myself.

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It is probably easier to take it somewhere to have it fixed as you will spend hours and still might not fix it correctly.

You need schematics for your TV.

If you really need sources for these parts, you might be able to find them from digikey, mouser or newark electronics.

Look on this link for more repair hints for HOTs

http://www.repairfaq.org/REPAIR/F_monfaqi.html#MONFAQI_006


Mike

Posted on Oct 31, 2007

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