[sebhc] CRT flashover [was Good news, bad news -- Robin succeeds]
robin.england at dial.pipex.com
Tue Mar 28 03:43:28 CST 2006
From: "Barry Watzman" <Watzman at neo.rr.com>
> Bottom line: The problem was caused by arcing inside the CRT from "crap"
> (could be microscopic, invisible crap) that was initially present inside a
> new CRT.
Hi Barry. I've heard of such CRT "flashover" before, my father (now retired)
ran a consumer electronics repair company for many years and they recognised
it as the cause of problems when TV sets started to use digital ICs.
Inexplicable problems where serial EEPROMs would suddenly lose configuration
data etc... As far as I know the devices were not permanently damaged in
those cases though.
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