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I want to learn to repair PC-monitor

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Hello guys its me again i just started reading and studying basic
electronics and I also started to assemble some electronic project
kits. Still I need more practice. As of now I enrolled in a training
seminars( basic electronics and Radio servicing) to pursue my
knowledge in electronics but basically I really, really want to learn to
repair a Pc- Monitor guys and Television( I really want to focus
myself in monitor and TV repair only after this seminar. Any
suggestions guys... on how to pursue myself in repairing monitors...
while having this seminar .. can you give me some tips or some background in TV so Ill have a background in case I already started to reapir TV .. any advice. any books,sites, tutorials, person that in can talk to, any under the sun ...

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thanks anyway
but any suggestions regarding in buliding projects so that I may be able to understnd some electronics that may be connected in tv
repair. Im really sorry guys if having so many quesrions is just that I really want to learn. Thanks and God Bless

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:) youl need to discharge the high voltage in the flyback transformer before you start any repairs , with a discharge probe you may latter on need to measure the high voltage from the flyback transformer by the use of a high voltage resister devider as featured in my posting to the high voltage stuff section , topic high voltage resistor devider

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Start with the basic understanding of each section (TV) and how how it operates. That's how i started in electronics. I thought mysel by reading books and asking some technicians on difficult problems. I a machinist by trade and audio/video technician by necessity.

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