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(Solved) When oscilloscope repair goes from bad to worse (kikusui cos5040)

fezder

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Annoying, checked those PSU's and they had CA723, not CA3086. Close, but not close enough...
 

wkrug

Active Member
It looks like the ray of ch2 sometimes go out of the screen.
I would measure the Voltage on R 278 and R 279 in good and bad condition.
When there are the same values in both cases the fault is behind this stage.
By rotate the position pot the values must change.

With my older Grundig Osc i had a similar Problem.
At the end the cause was a faulty pot ( Makes sometimes no contact ).
Take an isolated skrew driver an push carefully a little bit to the pot's of ch2 with the handle.
When the Osci reacts You've found the damage.
 

fezder

Well-Known Member
Hooray, finally got myself into getting that faulty CA3086 replaced, now it works again. Bought couple spare ones just in case.
 

atferrari

Well-Known Member
If you happen to come down here, there are additional 2 for you, for free.

Congratulations!!
 

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