Broken wiring on kinescope socket of Elite TV.

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Old 12-29-14, 10:10 AM
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Broken wiring on kinescope socket of Elite TV.

I disassembled my small tv set ELITE model ETV-551 for some minor fixing.Somehow 3 out from 4 colored wires (blue, red and brown) soldered to the socket of the kinescope became detached from the socket (see the picture) so I do not know now how to solder them to the accurate terminal of the socket.I could trace each of the wire starting place at the main board if this can help my question.
 
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Old 12-29-14, 11:07 AM
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Welcome to the forums.

I would doubt you could find any support for this product.
Look at the main board where the wires attach.... is the board labeled for each wire ? It may be labeled with a pin number.
 
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In addition to my previous post... post the kine part number.
There are usually five wires on a pix tube but they may be using a common.
The white wire looks like a focus supply. See what it is labeled as on the board.
 
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Thanks. The kin part number is: DY QPH20-B. Somebody sent me the tv diagram too.
 
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