Well, it is usually the LARGEST transistor in the set near the LARGEST
transformer in the set (flyback - the thing with the FAT red wire connecting
to the picture tube) on the LARGEST heat sink in the set.
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Got that? :-)
Or, in the good old days....
(From: Don Wall (firstname.lastname@example.org).)
Sure, it's usually the largest tube in the set, has a top cap, runs very hot,
and is often a 6BQ6G or some such. (tongue firmly in cheek) Actually, back in
the days of yore, the Horizontal Output Tube was frequently referred to as the
HOT; guess some things don't change!