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Convergance issue Philips

Philips 46pp8621/79
I assume it uses the STK392 - 120 chips but which resistors do I need to change.
Would really like to know where I can get these from as I am in Australia



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  • pbross Sep 12, 2008

    Thankyou for your prompt reply.

    I will check out the items



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Yes it uses ywo STK392-120 ICs and there are also 11 6.8 ohm 1 watt resistors. You can get the parts at the following link.

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