[TechAssist] Re: Magnavox XS2552 C102, chassis 25P613-00AA, blows HOT immediately, need to know value of B+

Check Yoke
Check Caps on HOT Collector.

I think you can load that PS with a 40,60 or 100w bulb.
Do so by sweating away the HOT B+ Pin leading INto the Fly,put
the Bulb across the HOT B+ to GND.

Peggs

At 01:26 PM 5/19/04, Kevin wrote:
>Yes I did all that.
>
>Kevin Wilks
>Kevin's TV & Video Repair
>Penticton BC Canada
>kevintv@xxxxxxx
>
>
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>Subject: [TechAssist] Re: Magnavox XS2552 C102, chassis 25P613-00AA,
>blows HOT immediately, need to know value of B+
>
>first,resolder the H Drive tranformer ALWAYS in a Philips/magnavox.
>Does it use C432 and/or C431 ???......change both.
>
>Peggs
>
>At 12:49 PM 5/19/04, Kevin wrote:
> >I measured the B+ before I installed the HOT by putting a 110 ohm, 30
> >watt resistor from collector to ground.  The B+ measured 127 volts, and
> >the STR30130 was ouputting 130.2 volts.  Thinking everything was good,
>I
> >installed the new HOT (Q502 NTE 2353) and turned the set on.  The HV
> >came up but 'sounded funny', so I quickly turned the TV off and
> >discovered a totally black fuse and shorted HOT.  My flyback rings
>good.
> >Could it still be a bad flyback?
> >
> >Kevin Wilks
> >Kevin's TV & Video Repair
> >Penticton BC Canada
> >kevintv@xxxxxxx
> >
> >
> >
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