YouTube video to repair screen rot
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Sun Mar 1 13:51:41 CST 2009
On 1 Mar 2009 at 18:57, Tony Duell wrote:
> I've head the term 'Panoplex' relating to a CRT with some kind of
> internal implosion protection (i.e. one that doesn't need a safety screen
> in front of it). I can't remember which company used that name, though.
Dig out your RCA Receiving Tube handbook and look at the TV picture
tube section. It looks as if "Pan-o-ply" was a laminated faceplate
system used on monochrome CRTs.
> Yes, this would worry me also. Unless you know the exact reason for how
> the CRT was originally assembled, I would have though you shouldn't
> change anything.
Atmospheric pressure is about 1 Kg/cm2, so the pressure on a 27 inch
CRT faceplate isn't negligible. I'd be concerned.
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