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This sounds like a bad blue CRT (cathode ray tube) The repair on this is a major job. Beyond the tube replacement it would then require some convergence alignment and possibly some setup on the other related service adj. such as geometry. You may want to get an estimate from a reputable local repair company.
Look at attached photo--if it is what you have you have a convergence problem.
The KP-53HS10 uses two of the STK-392-020 convergence chips.
Both will need to be replaced and the set adjusted--parts cost on ebay is less than 20 dollars--repair consists of two things--getting at the parts and then replacing them--chips are soldered in so you need to be able to un solder them and solder the new ones in.
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i had the same problem someone told me to take the front cover off were the speakers are there the middle were you change the channels take them screws out and becareful there is electric stored up in there dont touch anything there is a square box with3 screws on top and three screws on bottom
turn your tv to video 1 and the first screw on top closes to middle turn it to your right a little at a time you will see bright colored lines then turn it to the left until they go a way then do the same with the other 2 on the top then shut off tv for 5 mins turn back on ahit the focus button it workd for me but be careful
It sounds like you are going to need to have the convergence IC's replaced. Not really a hard job, but the job requires the proper tools, soldering skills, and a service manual to get the proper part numbers and to perform convergence alighnment in the service menu after the IC's are replaced. Good Luck
Sounds like you have a problem with the blue gun in your picture tube or its drive circuit.
You might remove the back cover and gently tap on the neck of the picture tube using a plastic
screwdriver handle while watching the screen in a mirrow. If the picture flashes back on or on and off then the picture tube is the problem.
If this is a projection tv you have three separate tubes : red, green & blue.
you'd need to tap the blut one.Gently!!!!
AKB circuit (automatic kine bias), the timer/standby indicator blinks for about 30 seconds then goes to the self-diagnosis function. Something is wrong with the video. Check video out, Q705, 732, 761 and other components on the Cboard, also check Q218, 219, 220 on the A board. In addition, unit could be in IK blanking.