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flyback transformer cross reference help

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flyback cross reference

hi all,

i had a dead hyundai v770 monitor. the flyback got some sparking sound. i try to look around but can't found the flyback transformer. thus, i was looking for compatible tv fbt.

there are some text on the fbt. i had no idea which is the model number.

MCF56672
E105192
LR87861

can anyone tell me what is the model number and what is the replacement that i can use? i'll be appreciate if some one can pass me a copy of the schematic.

thanks.

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First of all, I would like to say that you cannot generally replace a monitor flyback with at TV one.

The part you are looking for seems to be available on e-bay from this company:
https://stores.ebay.com/BIC-Electronics

Good luck!

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VVV said:
First of all, I would like to say that you cannot generally replace a monitor flyback with at TV one.

The part you are looking for seems to be available on e-bay from this company:
h**p://stores.ebay.com/BIC-Electronics

Scroll down to the bottom of the page.
Good luck!
 

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flyback transformer cross reference

hi,

thanks for the url and the info. i don't think it would to buy that fbt. an usd22 is too high for a 4 years old monitor. a new 17" monitor will only cost me about usd70.

i think i just look around and see anyone can supply me this locally.

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