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Dead set. Horz. out blown all around. replaced Q502 (H. out - blew again, saw spark). Replaced C517 (2.2 uf/250v, per suggestion). Soldered pins of T504 per suggestions. Suspect flyback, no equipment to ring it. No blown fuses (that I can find, B+ ohms out to collector of Q502). Any thoughts?

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  • TAG KVP Nov 28, 2007

    I appreciate someone responding so quickly. Not sure what "STR"? Do you mean "SCR"; Silicon Controlled Rectifier? Any idea of cost for flyback and "STR"? - Thanks!

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Str-- must be the power supply regulator 130volt

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Replace the flyback and the STR, and also the H- out transistor.

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