Question about Televison & Video
TV in Service 2 Mode.
Select Static Convergence (Access by [BLUE] button)
Using the Channel UP/DOWN and Volume LEFT/RIGHT buttons, align the Green Horizontal and Vertical test marks with the Screen Frame mechanical reference marks.
Press N button to cycle through options and exit Static Convergence Mode.
If Test Marks Is Aligned,
Select Point Convergence
Press RED/GREEN button on remote until "Point Convergence" is displayed.
Press BLUE button on remote to enter Point Convergence Mode.
Point Convergence Mode must be active prior to copying data.
Press the Copy Key ("C" on the numeric keypad).
Using the Cursor UP/DOWN buttons, select the plane that is to be copied. Press Enter key (N button).
Using the Cursor UP/DOWN buttons, select the destination plane. Press Enter key (N button).
Else - Align Static Convergence
Note. When performing a complete convergence alignment, set all data of Static Convergence to 0 (zero). This will creat a zero reference when convergence is completed.
Install Alignment Template
Convergence Alignment Template (Parts NO.TZSC07014)
The Convergence Alignment Template is a grid approximately the size of the viewing screen used to ensure the proper size and shape of the alignment rasters. It is 10 blocks across by 8 blocks high. The grid dimensions will vary according to the size of the screen. Apply a Convergence Alignment Template to the viewing screen of the TV. Make sure the center lines are properly aligned. If a template is not available, one can be created by following the instructions below. Great a Convergence Alignment Template by drawing the pattern to the right in the actual dimensions on transparent film or tracing paper. Start with the Horizontal and Vertical Center Axis and work outwards until the pattern is complete. Pay close attention to the actual dimensions of the pattern
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
I suspect it is a issue with the convergence IC chips
replacing the blue convergence IC would most likely solve the problem
see this page http://cmpalmer.blogspot.com/2006/11/fixing-my-own-tv-part-ii.html
Suggest you replace them all.
If this kind of repair is outside your comfort zone I would suggest to take it to a repair man.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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