Rebel Rafter wrote:Hi, Doz, RR here. Have you got a big soldering gun like the old weller 140 watt type? If so will that melt the glue holding that transformer together? better try it outside as it'll make dreadful fumes if it does work. Or is the glue inside between the former and the core where you can't get at it? RR.
Doz wrote:I expect the TAA700 died along with the LOPTx. Parts drawer is bereft of TAA700's, so I'll investigate a source tomorrow.
Doz wrote:Does the TAA700 do anything in the way of beam-limiting? I wonder if this is why I have precious little video.
sideband wrote:I was looking for a data sheet for this IC.....don't seem to be able to find one on-line. I wonder if there is a blanking/gating pulse missing. Without any data, not sure which pin you'd check.
Might be worth checking supplies....maybe a duff decoupler on the I.C supply rail.Doz wrote:Does the TAA700 do anything in the way of beam-limiting? I wonder if this is why I have precious little video.
I doubt it. I think only colour sets used beam limiting.....never came across it on mono sets.
Blanking or gating seems more likely.
freya wrote:Some info on the TAA700 on the radiomuseum site.
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