Question about Televison & Video
I am assuming you mean bulbs. Typically the bulbs do not just move out of place on there own. Did the tv take a sharp impact or did some one hit the tv hard enough to move it. The bulbs are held in place with plastic sleeves that are typically held in place with 6 to 10 screws depending on the model. Your local repair shop may be able to assist you in renting the allignment tools for your bulbs. Typically the convergence chip goes and it gives the TV the appearance of the bulbs slipping and makes the tv look like the colors have seperated. One of the colors seems to have shifted to one side and doesn't line up with the rest of the picture. So check with your local dealer or write to the company and see ig your convergence chip is available and if you can rent the allignment tool.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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