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Old 07-05-2015, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by citfta View Post
I am curious where you got the idea that early CRTs did not have implosion protection. I owned and operated a TV repair shop for several years and I never heard of that before. Also you posted a picture of a CRT but it is not clear if this is supposed to be one with implosion protection or one without. If the picture is supposed to be one with the protection then please point out where or what that protection is. Also you should note that implosion is the opposite of explosion. Since CRTs are under very high vacuum then they could only implode not explode.



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Carroll
i just added an idea it's not strange for an old TV to explode or implode ! faraway from the technical details, it's possible to happen if the TV tube isn't equipped with such protection , that's all!


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Mohamed
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