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Old 12-08-2015, 09:21 AM
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Saw quite a few of them. This one still had a steel frame around
the PCB unlike the newer mini chassis sets. Problems were
vert outs, a resistor in the blanking & a zener in the power supply.
Also the usual 'lytics. Power supply used an SCR like some RCA's.
Otherwise conventional.
It was the newer mini that had all the FBT problems. Must
have been near 100% failure rate. They burned up at the
focus-G2 block or would ark to GND. One summer you had
to wait a month for one.
Hmm... no kidding?? Well I guess if the 19C's weren't burning up flybacks left and right, maybe there's still hope for two or three survivors floating around out there. When did the mini chassis sets start appearing, to your recollection?
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Old 12-08-2015, 09:47 AM
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jstout66 stumbled on one last year, maybe he still has it.

http://www.videokarma.org/showthread.php?t=262299
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Old 12-08-2015, 10:52 AM
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jstout66 stumbled on one last year, maybe he still has it.
Thanks! I actually saw that; he was kind enough to offer it to me when I first posted a few months ago. It's a later model than what I'm looking for though. The ID label is apparently missing, but from this SAMS I'd say probably a 19J79/81 from 1984. Regardless, would've certainly taken him up on it if it wasn't a 1.5-day drive (each way!)
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My grandparents for many years had a Sharp Linytron 19" quartz tuned TV (with the red LED channel display that was cable compatible) which had later on developed a hum in the audio so then my grandparents retired the TV and started using a late 1970s RCA ColorTrak 25" Console TV that used to belong to my great grandparents, and that old RCA had great sound and picture for being as old as it was, it was still a good working TV before they moved out of their old house and into their new house, but I think its long since been scrapped out.
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