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Old 3rd Jun 2006, 9:55 am   #19
Courtney Louise
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Default Re: Can somebody please repair My TV22

Hello again,

I know this thread is going to be a bit long but maybe this could turn into a restoration guide for a TV22, as I haven't been able to find one and these are extremely popular sets.

OK I now only have C51 left to change of the waxies on the upper chassis.

I now get this result with only the brightness control really making any difference to the line.

I still only have about 195v and 250v on the cathodes on V10

Now I disconnected the frame oscillator transformer (T4) and can get a reading of 573r on one side but the other side the meter can;t get a stable reading, is this fried? As this, I think, would account for the frame collapse?

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