Understanding the Degaussing coil in CRT television
CRT Television and monitor are affected by the Earth magnetic field and for this reason Engineers designed the degaussing coil in order to take care of this effect which is usually manifested by colored spots on the screen.
Besides the magnetic field caused by the earth there are also other causes like placing strong magnet near the CRT television and therefore it is advisable to keep Speakers away from the set, usually when you find a television has spots on the screen first be sure there is no speaker or big radio(speaker inside) near the set.
One cannot talk about the degaussing coil without mentioning the Posistor(PTC). This is because since degaussing coil has very low resistance and is directly connected across the AC power line(240 Vac or 110 Vac) then it would create a short circuit across the power line but this is not so thanks to the Posistor(PTC) which is connected in series with the degaussing coil and when power is switched on the Posistor which has low resistance when cold but very high resistance when hot and therefore the coil will Pass current just for a moments before the Posistor get hot and cut off the current trough the degaussing coil.
Effect of the power supply when the Posistor fail:
1. Open - No effect on the power supply, only lose the demagnetizing effect of the degaussing coil (picture with spots)
2. Short - If the posistor shorts it means the coil will create a direct shot to the power supply and therefore fuse will blow.
In conclusion I wish to encourage technicians to take time to check the circuit diagram in order to see how the component is positioned (series or parallel) to the supply because by this one can be able to conclude the effect that component can have if it fails shorted or open.
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Thanks for the tutorial....i'm waiting for the next lesson..for the time being im trying to troubleshooting and repair the panasonic crt colur tv...i don't have much experiences and knowledges on the field...hopefully you can give me the tips...:)ReplyDelete
Hi Anonymous, most welcome...For the next lesson keep on checking back hopefully something is coming up soon and for troubleshooting your Panasonic TV...you have not mentioned the symptoms because from there only I can be able to make conclusions...Regards HumphreyReplyDelete
HI sir this is Jaylan From philippines and i just want to ask help from you. i have a lot of tv crt here to repair and most of them is the flyback high voltage leak... ijust want to know what are the cause of the said problem. and what are the possible part damaged. ihave again 1 tv here its a Sony trinitron 21" i replaced the HOT, FLYBACK and the high voltage diode and capacitor and again there is a high voltage leak. is there possible problem on the Yoke?ReplyDelete
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In electronics usually the major cause of problems are small small things, before you replace a flyback you should be very sure it is indeed faulty.
To avoid this replacement of components which are ok, it is very important to do very accurate analysis of the problem and this can only be achieved by proper understanding of how the circuits works.
From what you have put down it seems there are a lot of issues which are not coming out clearly, I have written a book on CRT Television repair from the technician point of view and I think it can be a very good
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hi sir this is don from Philippines i have a crt tv model tcl 21 inches when im switch on the fuse and regulator will bursting. I suspect the problem is their on the posistor. Thank you and godbless!ReplyDelete
Hi sir humphrey this jojo from the philipines,ijust want to ask if it advisable to power on the tv set and measure voltages without connecting the degaussing wire of coil?i also wanted to know what is good resistance of the posistor if using analog multimer to test it?thanks and more power..ReplyDelete
Hi Jojo...sure you don't need the degaussing coil at all when doing voltage testing and therefore you should always disconnect it. Usually when posi(+)stor is cold it reads low resistance and very high resistance when hot. usually this component fail but shorting and if shorted the fuse must blow and therefore if the fuse is ok don't suspect the posistor. and if the posistor open there will be colored spot on the screen. regards HumphreyDelete
hi sir.. i have a problem w/ my tv.. bcoz there is no video display only black screen but it has a supply.what should i do? where do i have 2 check?.ReplyDelete
Hi Ford, is audio present? if both the audio and picture are not present kindly copy and paste the link below on your browser for more info.Delete
hi sir, I have sansui k2k 21" TV the lot is sparking and replaced after that no power on crt tube. What should i do? where do i have to check?ReplyDelete
Hi Humphrey please help me with my Sony CRT 14 tv my observation isReplyDelete
Picture tube neck lights up but but blacks creen. don
Hi Don, check screen voltage, RGB amplifier voltages are ok or not. i mean concentrate on the small CRT neck board circuit and hopefully you will get a clue from there...again it seems you don't have my CRT TV repair e book otherwise whatever you are asking here is covered in that book in fine details. Copy and paste the link below on your browser for more details.Delete
Hi Humphrey, thank you so much for sharing your ideas. It helps a lot...God Bless you!ReplyDelete
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hi humphrey, i have a question, where does residual magnetism came from? or what causes them? thank you :DReplyDelete
Hello My CRT TV AIWA TV-21SST3 screen monitor turn into all green but sometimes the screen color is fine but mostly all green color could anyone here help me how to fix it?ReplyDelete
Hi Humphrey, Thank you so much for sharing your ideas! Im SANDRA from Philippines I just want also to ask help from you about my Sharp 14 CRT TV. LED Lighted (Green) but No Picture, No display, and No sound and CRT neck lights up. I adjust the Flyback Screen botton to clockwise and watch the pix there's a line from left to right appear. So I suspect a vertical collapse problem. So I adjust again the flyback into normal again and remove the vertical IC TA8403K and plug back the set. The display appeared but vertical problem. I check the following:ReplyDelete
B+ reach to Flyback = 130 Volts
BASE hOT dRIVER = 3 VOLTS
High Voltage reach on CRT = 200 Volts
Heater = 4 volts
Please Help Me! God Bless! Sandra
Hi Sandra, You said you isolated the problem to vertical circuit..am i right? so i suggest you check all the capacitors used to filter the supply to the vertical circuit.ReplyDelete
Hi Humphrey my TV B+ suppose tobe 130V but its 62V and the other supply voltave are half of what they suppose to be and the TV LED show its on but no ather action. What could be the problem?ReplyDelete
Check the all the components on the primary and secondary power supply especially the feedback circuits
Hi humphrey How can i buy your ebooks on CRT TV? Im dan from Philippines.. Please help me with my SAMSUNG CRT TV NO picture and a Good sound.I resolder all dry joints but still no luck! I changed all the channel and volume and observed the vertical IC is getting hot.CRT neck lights up,and 200 volts high voltage from flyback reach to CRT neck. RGB supply from jungle to CRT is good and 5 volts is also there.. I replace TDA6107 JF in CRT but still no picture.I make a voltage check on ABL pin which is measure 16 vAC and G2 screen is very low only 12 to 40 vdc. hope you can help me... Thanks and God Bless!ReplyDelete
Hi Dan, Buying my ebook is easy, just email me for details if you don't have PayPal or credit cards.ReplyDelete
regarding you Television it seems most circuit are doing well but i am not happy with the screen voltage(12-40Vdc) i expect over 300 volts dc. first try to adjust the screen knob(bottom) at the flyback and if the voltage does not increase then suspect the flyback is faulty. all the best
Hi Dan, Thanks for that success report...wishing you all the bestDelete
Thanks but how can i know that the posistor shorts? because am having some challenges with the fuse when i connect the degaussing coil connecter on the panelReplyDelete
if the posistor shorts the fuse will always blow, if the fuse does not blow consider the posistor is not shorted
what is replacement of posistor?ReplyDelete
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Hi I have a beko TV the screen keeps flashing pictures but the sound is stable how can I rectify this?ReplyDelete