[TechAssist] Re: Pro Scan Model p27115 Chassis ctc197bc

Also my voltage at the collector of the HOT is 142 which may be the problem. 
What should the voltage be on that one. have no sch. and is there a reg. kit 
for this model.

John
Conti, TV
Texas


>From: "John Conti" <contitv@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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>To: techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [TechAssist] Pro Scan Model p27115 Chassis ctc197bc
>Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2005 11:39:31 -0600
>
>This set will pop and acr on the crt socket at different times and always 
>at
>turn off. You can see the arc inside where the focus lead is. Also when it
>starts to acr you cannot turn the tv off. It may go off and then right back
>on agian. Strange problem! Could it be the crt socket P?N 233120 Or is 
>there
>someting else going on. Maybe some on has had this problem before. I 
>changed
>the crt socket
>but no luck. I measured the focus voltage it is 2kv. when I turn the set 
>off
>I get a per from the Spkrs Like HV discharge.
>
>Thanks
>John
>Conti,s TV
>Texas
>
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