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  1. Brad Petria

    Brad Petria Guest


    Well, after further "digging", I found out that the horizontal winding in
    the yoke has a short. Since this is a 1991 set, the customer did not want
    to put too much money into it, so I have not replaced the yoke.

    Original Post:
    I have a Symphonic TV/VCR 13TVR (1/91) in my shop with shorted
    H.O.T. D1397. After replacing that and STK5633 (V. REG), I used a 100W light
    bulb in B+ line to FBT. Note: I checed the B+ filter caps. I connected a
    meter to the B+ side of bulb and measured 131V with set turned on. Measured
    73V on FBT side of bulb. If I short out the bulb (bypass), the B+ goes to
    around 165V!!! Note: I do not have S.M. What is the cause?

    Tip for your old computer (reduce discard pollution too):

    If you can't sell your old computer, don't throw it away. Use it to backup
    your software by transferring files/folders from your new computer or laptop
    to it. I transferred my Windows folder and other stuff to my old computer
    using "PC Link", which I downloaded from (cool site). (info or download)
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