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The TV has a double vision thing going on. Kinda like its in 3D. The focus or alinment is off.

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    I turned my TV on and it looks like I have 3D. I'm not sure what to do.

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This happened with my old tv (but it was liek a holographic picture behind the actualy program) it ended up being the normal tv channels, to solve this i just put my normal tv to like channel 6 (nothing waso n that channel) then usedm y cable as normal andi t was fine

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We recently moved the tv and now when we turn it on it has double vision. It kinda looks like a 3d movie. What could be the issue? Is it worth fixing?


Hi,
If tv picture was fine before moved then check dry/ cold solder joints/ connections on convergence output ICs and nearby circuit area.
Local tv repairman will resolder loose/ dry solder connections to solve double vision picture problem.
TV worth fixing if picture is good.
Thanks.

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Everything looks like its in 3D vision. Im pretty sure somthing isnt alined right so i was wondering what i can do to fix it.


Replace convergence output ICs in your tv to fix this 3D look picture, it happens due to convergence output chips failure.
Local tv repairman will fix it for you if you have no prior experience of part replacement in tv circuit board with proper tools.

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Ai'm seeing 3d vision and the edges are curving


THE GUNS NEED RE-ALINEMENT {RED.BLUE AND GREEN LIGHTS}AND ALSO A PART WHICH ONLY COST 50 CENTS,BUT YOU WILL NEED A TECH.THIS HAS HAPPENED TO ME AND I HAVE HAD 3 IN MY TIME.

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My rca projection tv has blue and green images like a 3D picture would without your 3D glasses, a double vision image and no other colors


sounds like the sensors are out of focus and your red sensor isnt turning on. look in the back of the tv for a master reset button or in your menu screen some sort of "Flash focus" or "convergence". They will realign the 3 sensors.

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Double vision in red and green


Its failure of convergence ICs and will be replaced.
Convergence ICs are mounted on silver heat-sink on D board of TV
Let me know exact model number to help you with more technical info.

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Flash focus


http://www.somelifeblog.com/2007/06/sony-projection-tv-red-line-repair.html



Go to this Blog. It "should " solve the problem.
Really, Really simple, do it your self solution !!
Instructions and pictures included :D

Ken , the poster of that Blog writes........

"The problem is with the convergence via the voltage on the
color ray gun tubes that get out of adjustment.
They are also known as retrace lines."............


This blog covers many makes and models with many
issues solved, just with that one solution

Give it a try, it's FREE and SIMPLE :D

Had very similar problem, that blog helped me save
my TV and hundred's of $$$$ in repair costs ! :D


Hope the blog helps you also :)

Jean

Feb 26, 2009 | Sony Televison & Video

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I am seeing double vision on my television.


I do not know your TV's model number, if your TV is a 3D television, please turn the 3D function off in the system menu.

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Convergence perfect focus not working and double vision


The problem you have is the 2 STK - 392 convergence integrated circuits need replacing the cost in the UK is about £150.
SUPER8

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Touch focus error will not correct


If the touch focus isnt working and the picture has a 3D look you will need to change the conversion ICs. This is a straight forward repair just unsolder the old and solder in the new. You will need to replace both. They are located on a large aluminum heatsink and they will have STK numbers stamped on them they are quite large easy to find. The numbers will be something like STK392-110 or simallar. Let me know if you need anymore info.

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53UDX10B 53 in. Rear Projection "3D vision"


the convergence IC`s and associated resistors have to be replaced, do not repeatedly push magic focus or the alignment after the parts change out will take longer which of course means higher repair bill, good luck

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