[TechAssist] Re: RCA CTC169BG2 DEAD

Thank you for your reply. I checked around a bit more and found that my HOT was 
shorted. Changed the HOT and the bouncing went away. Went to turn on the set 
and nothing. Checked U4101, and I was back to bouncing. The HOT shorted again. 
I have just moved and cannot locate my FTB tester. So now I need to ask, what 
are the chances my fly is bad. Any other ideas?
 
Thank you again,
Chad 
 
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From: Wayne Vanaman <Wayne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 10:16:52 -0600
Subject: [TechAssist] Re: RCA CTC169BG2 DEAD

You should measure about 28 ohms between pins 15 and 16 of u4101. 
Voltage on the pins should be around 10.8 when in standby.  Check cap 
c4118 470uf35v.

R4003 is 33k 2w power supply feeding pins 15 and 16.
Wayne Vanaman
Omega Electronics
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Pensacola, Fl.  32506-3310

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cgriff4000@xxxxxxx wrote:
> I have a CTC169BG2 that is dead. The voltages on U4101 are bouncing
> between 8.3 and 10 volts. There is 157 volts on the collector of
> Q4101. I have replaced U4101, C4102, C4108, and CR4118. Voltages
> still bounce all the same. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> Chad Griffiths TV/VCR Schenectady, NY
> 
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