I have an Apxe 52"HDTV, where is the convergence board on this tv?
I also have the 3d picture which i could adjust but goes back to 3d, is this the fuses that need to be replaced? if so whrere are they ocated?
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Hi, doesn`t need to be removed and I strongly advise you to not remove them. That flyback is no longer for sale, if you break any of the tabs high voltage will leak and arc all over the place. the entire board assembly should be slid back towards you and then lifted straight up so your looking at the solder side of all the boards, unsolder the ic`s, r&r with new ic`s, be certain you use new heatsink compound on new ic`s or they will fail, questions? email me, gl, video-tek
Hi, replace the convergence IC`s and any fried resistors and chemical fuses (if any), do not push magic focus anymore it will not correct the prroblem and it will evenntually corrupt the DCU and cause you more problems (and of course more money), questions? ask awayy, video-tek
Convergence IC's are at locations IK04 and IK05. There are some resistors that will be burnt up on the board as well. Replacement IC's are stk392-150, and are easily purchased, even off ebay. For the resistors you may have to get the location numbers and research the value. If you need the resistor values you can email me and I will get you the info.
Yes this is a normal diagnoise. Just about every Tube type projection TV set ever made will one day need these IC's replaced. They are not really that hard to replace but you would need to know how to solder and unsolder on printed circuit boards, know the procedture, and then have a service manual handy to adjust the convergence after yoou replaced the IC's. If the tech works on alot of these types of TV sets's, most likely they could adjust them without having a service manua handy. This repair done by a pro should run you anywhere from 250 on up to 400 bucks depending on who does the repair and where. Good Luck