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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 8:08:57 PM on 1 December 2018.
Unknown's Gravatar
 Location: Shepparton, VIC
 Member since 19 June 2011
 Member #: 931
 Postcount: 13

It's been a few years since i've been here, happy to see you are all still here.

I have spent some time out of the hobby as my ex wife did not approve.
Happy to say i'm back now with my first project since 2012.
This one is a real head scratcher, it's an AWA 206cy with vertical collapse, i've recapped the vertical section and rolled some tubes but still have no result.
I have audio and snow somewhat visible as specs in the horizontal line. i'm hoping someone here could give me a few pointers, the set has a full service history and had a brand new Kinescope fitted in 1973, and had frame collapse soon after. It has excellent emission as a low hours tube.
I would love to get it running, and with that in mind I was wondering if someone here has a service manual and circuit diagram, my plan for this set is to put it to use and I was also wondering if someone here could assist with a circuit or idea of how to give it a switched composite video input, switching between composite and the tuner.

Thanks in advance.


 
 Return to top of page · Post #: 2 · Written at 3:58:12 AM on 2 December 2018.
MonochromeTV's avatar
 Location: Melbourne, VIC
 Member since 20 September 2011
 Member #: 1009
 Postcount: 998

I can help out with a PDF copy of the service manual.

I am away at the moment so it won’t be until the end of the week.


 
 Return to top of page · Post #: 3 · Written at 2:39:26 PM on 2 December 2018.
Labrat's avatar
 Location: Penrith, NSW
 Member since 7 April 2012
 Member #: 1128
 Postcount: 226

Just a precaution. Turn the brightness down while working on the set. You don't want to burn a line across the screen.

Good luck.

Wayne.


 
 Return to top of page · Post #: 4 · Written at 6:51:26 PM on 2 December 2018.
Unknown's Gravatar
 Location: Shepparton, VIC
 Member since 19 June 2011
 Member #: 931
 Postcount: 13

Thanks MonochromeTV.

Way ahead of you Wayne, cut my teeth on VCRs and TV sets from the 90s onwards.


 
 Return to top of page · Post #: 5 · Written at 8:05:35 AM on 7 December 2018.
Irext's avatar
 Location: Werribee South, VIC
 Member since 30 September 2016
 Member #: 1981
 Postcount: 72

Try briefly connecting via a 1k resistor the heater pin on the Vertical O/P tube to the grid and see if you get any sort of vert deflection. This isolates the fault to either vert osc or vert o/p. Voltage measurements as always are the 1st thing to check. Very low volts on the vert o/p anode could be an o/c vert o/p transformer. Not an uncommon fault on older sets.


 
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