Question about Televison & Video
I have a 60'' pioneer projection and the blue color is off like a good 5'' from the center of the TV.
is there a way to fix this or do i need to buy something?
ive heard something about IC's... what are they exactly, i am electronically savvy just never worked with Tv's before. anyone wanna fill me in on what an IC is and does. and what the part number i need would be so i can replace both of mine. and whatever else may need/ want to get replaced at the same time
If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts.
http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Convergence procedure to many brands of projection TVs are given in detail.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The converence IC's are the problem. Unfortunaely, I do not a service manual for that unit. You will find the IC's mounted on a large heat sink. The nuers usually start with STK-xxxx. Find these IC's and copy the number off them. Usually the can be replaced by generics. You can order them directly from Mat Electronics 1-800-628-1118. Be extremely careful when you desolder these ICS the foils are easy to lift. Use desoldering braid(chemtronics) 10-25L. Also ask for BOB and tell him that Tom from TOM's Tv suggested him. This will insure you the lowest price. Also some times the current limiting resistors open up. Always replace both convergence ICS. In your case only one is bad. Replace both anyway. (they only cost about $12.00 @ Any further questions, contact me. These are great TV's and well worth repairing!!! Scrivitron
Posted on Jun 22, 2007
SOURCE: CONVERGENCE ic CHIP
I replaced the Convergence IC Chip STK392-110 for my PT-53WX42 Panasonic HD Rear Projection TV but I found burnt resistor(resistor #)R7053,R7002 & R7005.Can someone tell me the part# ,description,resistor value and power rating.I don't have the schematic to look .Thanks
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
SOURCE: rca hd52w59 convergence?
Before you go and buy parts it might be worth your time to check the convergence power supply fuse. It's located in the back of the TV just to the right of a large black component with 2 red wires coming off of the top. This is the flyback transformer. Just to the right of the flyback you should see three fuseable links that look like chicklet's gum. The one that may have fried is the one in the middle, it's a 400mA 125V fuseable link. Hopefully thats all your problem is.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
SOURCE: Sony HDTV Convergence Issue
I have the same issue, on my 60pp9202. It works some times, and then its ok. If I leave it on, it will be ok, until it gets turned off.
Posted on May 09, 2008
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