Question about Sony KP-61HS30 TV
When one or all the colors are bending severly, then the convergence circuit is not functioning correctly and must be repaired. Only one color bending means just the convergence ICs and all colors bending means convergence ICs and voltage supplies. Convergence issues are the most common problem with rear projection (w/picture tubes) televisions. The cure is replacing the convergence IC's. Sometimes the pico fuses need replaced as well. If you have the experience to use a soldering iron and a basic understanding of electronics, then, you may be able to do this job. If not then call a servicer in your area. Go to the Sony website, Sony.com, and you can locate one in your area.
Posted on Jan 07, 2007
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