Question about Mitsubishi VS-50705 50" Rear Projection Television

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VS-50705 Picture shrinks to the top of the screen. Now I have it in a room that is 60 degrees, no problems!

I am asing this question even though I have read as few answers. I am asking because of the area the TV in in now.

The screen was shrinking to the top. The next day I would turn it on and sometimes it would be ok for a while or shrink right away. The last year I have left the Tv in a room that is roughly 60 degrees. I turned it back on, plugged a DVR into input 1 and it has been working fine ever since. I have left it on for 48 hours and it still works.

I am assuming if I put it in a warmer location it will not work again. I would like to save it for the garage if possible.

With the details I provided what Cap could be the problem if it is a Cap causing the problem?

Any thoughts would be great. Thanks! AL

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This is not a cap but a conversion problem, the conversion IC chips control the horizontal , vertical ,and color alignment , but there is also some resistors on the conversion IC's that have been causing the set to look like they need the conversion IC's, so you could check there values and maybe only have to replace a resistor
here is an example of the STK conversion IC click here

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Now a days, TV don't have replaceable parts any more. the next best thing is to replace the board. it could be the HV, horizontal or the valiance.

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