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No neck glow and the HV is goes up to about v and then cycles as do the clicks. Any help is appreciated. Thank you Jeff. Most likely Q, although I don't have a manual or chassis handy to check.
It's Q on the , though. Check around the flyback for a large 3-legged transistor mounted to either a metal wall or a large heat sink. It'll probably have a smaller transistor near it The answer is Q Thanks for playing and see you real soon the next time on Where's the H-O-T. Goooood night everybody.
I just purchased a used pac-man over the weekend and it came with one of these monitors. It is doing the same clicking as you described above. There is a hot piece on the board, labeled W The original owner said the monitor worked for about a year, then just quit.
Can you describe your repair at all? Attached is a picture of what I am seeing get very hot. It is labeled M on the top. I would love to have this be a simple fix as the monitor looks in very good condition.
The black box in your pic is a posistor which controls the degaussing coil. In my case C, a 33uf v 'lytic shorted and took out the HOT as well. Replaced both and it came back to life. I have this same chassis, with the same symptoms.. Anyone know where I can get a replacement for this part? I tried searching for the datasheet, but not much is coming up! Part reads: JD F47 The original owner said the monitor worked for about a year, then just quit.
That's funny because I just installed this monitor about a year ago as well The part seems to work, I now get the high pitched sound that you would normally hear from a functional monitor, but there is no neck glow, no picture, and i think the flyback is cooking because an odd smell is coming from the board.. I am thinking about replacing the flyback. Yes, the CRT heater voltage comes from the flyback.
Good luck finding a replacement flyback, though. I'm pretty sure they're not made any more. Ah, it all makes sense then..
I also found a small bulge on the flyback, as if it cooked a little bit. Bringing this thread back to life since I was working on the same monitor with the same issue.
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