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Convergent red does not align

While using the Converging buttons. The Blue shifts normally, however the Red will only move vertically. It will not move horizonally. When I go to advanced Convergence, the same occurs: I can align the horizontal, but not the vertical.

My guess it is internal, but what else can I say. Would you provide a solution or an explanation.
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    I have the exact same prolem

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Convergence amp clearly need to be replaced, STK392-570 Sanyo originals. They are two large multi-pin Ic's at locations Ic801 and Ic802. Also check the small 5 amp pico fuses at F9a04 and F9a05 for open and replace them as well if they are.
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