Im trying to find the 0v HV pinout of my flyback yet i dont have access to an ohm/ voltage meter.I dont know what to do

. the model is a sampo FEC061 pulled from an old toshiba CRT monitor. thanks greatly to any one who can help it is much appreciated.

Plasmana4 years ago
The quick and easy to find the ground pin of the flyback transformer is to power up your flyback (assuming you have a driver) and bring the HV wire close to the pins - The pin that the arc is most attracted to is the ground pin. That is how I normaly do it :)
seandogue4 years ago
I would be loath to consider fiddling around inside a tv without some form of DMM/voltmeter.

Here's my overtly parental advise. Do nothing until you have proper equipment. 
blacjack1 (author)  seandogue4 years ago
yeah, your probably right, its just that I am lacking the necessary funds right now to buy one, after all im just a standard yr 12 high school student
fwiw, a dmm can be purchased for less than $20
blacjack1 (author) 4 years ago
thankyou everyone for the help it is greatly appreciated
How to find the primary and the secundary coils of a FlyBack transformer:
blacjack1 (author)  Jack A Lopez4 years ago
thanks for the site but i dont have access to an ohm meter