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When that happened to us years ago the repair man came to our house with a cap and a soldering iron. He knew exactly which cap to replace just from the model of the TV before he got to our house :)
FWIW the old cap was obviously "bald" (i.e. it's can was domed tho it started out flat) and it was right on the card that plugged directly on to the back of the CRT.
Thanks for your suggestion. I already replaced an exploded small cap on the small circuit board which didn;'t help. Appears to be transistor trouble so back to square one.
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