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Need help repairing KDS VS-190 crt monitor

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Peabody, Apr 10, 2008.

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  1. Peabody

    Peabody Guest

    My beloved 19" CRT monitor, a KDS model VS-190, died yesterday.
    It's completely dead - no LED, no click a few seconds after
    it's plugged in, no response to pressing the power button.
    So I'm hoping it's a power supply issue that I might be able
    to fix. The fuse, however, is still intact.

    First, does anyone know where I might find a schematic for
    this model?

    Second, I'm having trouble sliding the PC board out from
    under the picture tube so I can access the power supply
    section. Is it ok to remove the assembly that fits onto the
    picture tube pins? I mean - without screwing up convergence
    or whatever? There is a pair of big wires that connects the
    flyback transformer to a white ceramic collar going around
    the very end of the neck, and those wires don't seem to want
    to disconnect at either end.

    I'm sorry I'm not using the right terms - I have no
    experience with TVs to speak of.

    I'd really like to revive this monitor if I can. I don't
    see all that well, and LCD monitors display everything too
    small to read.

    Thanks for any suggestions.
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