I'm new to this forum so a quick introduction may be in order. I am a mechanical engineer who has a "real job" but I also run a side business manufacturing woodworking hand tools. I also very much enjoy manufacturing and machinery and have managed to stuff my single stall garage with way too much iron. Most of my equipment I picked up at auctions or garage sales and it all needed or needs work. I have a 40's vintage Logan 9" lathe, 15" Walker Turner drillpress, 20" Clausing drill press, 16" Walker Turner 2-speed bandsaw, Full size Table saw, old DeWalt 9" Radial Arm Saw, Two old wood lathes, a couple 10" Baldor grinders and a microwave oven! My most recent find was a Titan II Bridgeport knock-off equipped with Anilam series 1100 2-axis CNC controls. I have it up and running and am learning to program it - great fun. However, the other night the CRT went south and the display collapsed into a vrtical line. All of the control functions still worked fine but I could not read the display. I took the cover off and patched in an old computer CRT so I am running again, however, I would like to fix the old tube if possible. Anyone have any experience with this kind of thing? My father-inlaw said it was the horizontal oscilator.?? Any help would be appreciated. Anilam wants $675 for a new CRT! Ouch.