Question about Panasonic PT-47WX49 47" Rear Projection Television
So my tv was working just fine up until yesterday morning. When I turned it off 2 days ago everything was fine. When we turned it on yesterday morning the blue convergence was completely out of sync with the rest of the tv picture. I've read a few post on here about replacing the convergence IC's. Unfortunately I am not familiar with any type of internal TV repair and was wondering how complicated of a procedure it is? It seems that the parts aren't very expensive(including the soldering kit) but having a professional come in and fix my tv is going to be around $300 which is how much I actually spent for my tv. Any feedback would be much appreciated
You need to adjust the convergence. you set up convergence 1 then 2. follow the manual. (Its easy, you just align the + signs so they make one white one (instead of three green, red, blue) sounds like something or someone bumped the tv, causing the blue lens to shift a little.
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