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Philips Magnavox Rear Projection 51mp392h convergence resistors

You seem to know about your rear projections. I just replaced the ic's on my 51mp392h. Still have the 3D look. I want to replace the resistors now but I'm not sure which ones they are. Thanks for the help.

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This means you do have some bad resistors low ohms 2.7 most of the time its only 2 of them depends on how long you played set before replacing STKs .

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Its possible that the yoke transformer slipped down for that color?

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    Zero-G Nov 03, 2008

    Also did you restore the factory settings after installing the chips?

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