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GeneralRe: Anyone still know how CRT TV works? PinmemberBillWoodruff27-Apr-13 14:06 
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GeneralRe: Anyone still know how CRT TV works? PinmemberBrady Kelly28-Apr-13 10:27 
GeneralRe: Anyone still know how CRT TV works? PinmemberRogelioP / EX DE,HL29-Apr-13 2:11 
Brady Kelly wrote:
I know the pots on the back, but I've never found one connected to interlacing.
There would be no "interlacing" control available to the user on CRT TVs, if you're lucky you'll see 'vertical size' and a 'vertical position' on the back of the TV - try with those two first, if it doesn't fix the image on screen then you could be having a vertical linearity problem and that needs to be fix on the board of the TV.
 
Old sets with discrete components will have trimpots for those adjustments but newer designs will have an IC doing all the vertical deflection footwork taking a feedback signal to correct itself, usually a resistor will handle that; some fancier designs have an active component attached to the deflection yoke for that purpose (thermistor, a diode, etc).
 
Good luck Cool | :cool:
 
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