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This would be because your color guns are off. The green and blue are still alright which makes the green but the red is off so it makes the red shadow. A quick and cheap fix, just call a repair guy. wouldnt reccomend a diy since its something easy to mess up.

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Hi! I am experiencing the following three


Hi Rafael,

First of all thank you for posting your question here at Fixya.
Please confirm if the brand and model number above is correct.
Blinking of the the LED (yellow and blue) at the front panel indicating that the lamp door cover is not seated properly. This cover will engaged to a micro switch giving the signal to the processor, once it is in open position, the unit will not power up and will experienced that kind of blinking error code. Go back to the lamp door cover and ensure that it is properly seat-in.
3D, 2D, red/green/blue ghost on the picture and letters means that the convergence circuitry gone bad. Symptoms is not connected to the light engine. The faulty parts is the convergence chips(IC). This chips are mounted on the large aluminum heat sink and starts with STKXXXX-XX (X means number). The most common STK chips used on Projection TV's is the STK392-110. You have to replaced them both on the board to resolve the issue(red ghosting). It is necessary also to check the resistance value of the resistors around its circuitry using the multimeter. For more info how to repair a convergence problem, watch the video below.




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Replace both of your STK ICs STK392-110 use 150s
Mats has them 1-800-628-1118

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First of all sorry for delay.
can you provide a image of yello shadow.I believe it seems to be technically say "ghost image"
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http://home.earthlink.net/~oleg.filippov/ConvergenceFix.htm

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http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showpost.php?p=564268&postcount=220
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