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Hello ksolovy, i understood your Problem with the Sony KP-53V90 53 in. Rear Projection Television,In fact i encountered already that kind of problem you have it now. Check first the color wheel im sure that the blue section of your color wheel was burned and the blue color turn to dark; That's why you have seen dark picture, Re-place color wheel.
3d colors not lining up poblem dicates "convergence issues.. bowing piture may indicate complete faliure of convergence alignment cuircits... depending on model the most likely cause will be 2 micochips (ic's called stk<s)
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Can you describe the issue a little more? It may be a convergence issue which is quite common on big screens. But there are quite a few issues that can cause a bad picture.
If it's convergence, you'll be able to tell by going to a news channel and looking at the text. If the convergence is bad you'll see a ghosting like image of 2 or 3 letters for each one that should be there.
Go to the picture control menu and turn the color to minumum so that you are watching a black & white picture. Do this to determine if the color offset affects the overall screen or just the lower corner. If the center is off, go to the convergence adjustment menu and align the red and blue onto the green as described in the owners manual. Some models also allow you to align the outer edges as well. If the bottom is still bad you may have a problem in the convergence circuit. If the outlines are not seriously bowed or distorted a minor convergence toutchup by a qualified technician should correct the problem, otherwise parts are involved and the repair is considered major.