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Old 02-12-2018, 04:39 PM
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Older Trinitrons do use safety glass, it's just sealed better than that of other sets. I was disposing of a used-up 520KB22A CRT with some from other sets a while back, so after airing them I smashed them up more than usual to make the load more manageable. A few good strikes with a heavy object will take care of most CRT faces but the face of the Trinitron CRT just kept cracking like a car windscreen so I eventually gave up on it.
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:52 PM
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It would be easy to ID that resistor if we knew what model it was. You should probably invest in the Sony service manual, or Sams folder for it anyway. After that, I would start by verifying the power supply voltages.

I see lots of red and blue in that screen shot, so the CRT may not be too bad (the red and blue always went first on these).
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