I have an RCA D52W25 HDTV. All pictures have a blue ghosting effecting. It looks like shadows of the images, always in blue, no matter what the color of the image. Tried to fix with convergence. You visibly see the Red and Green Test, but nothing for the blue. Continues to get worse (originally localized to remote areas of screen.
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Re: RCA 52'' Projection HDTV Blue ''ghosting''
Go to menu ,now go to setup see if convergence is on menu if not then fuse FL231 is opened 0.6 amps it is located on right side of flyback transfomer the fuse in the middle they look like small square capacitors brown there is 3 in a roll.
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convergence issue. Press menu and then scroll down to the setup option enter setup and scroll to Autoconvergence and activate the auto convergence feature that will realign the convergence . If that doesnt correct the issue you will need a Convergence power board, If the auto convergence feature is missing from the setup menu then you need the convergence option missing repair kit. Both the board and the repair kit are available from www.tvrepairworld.com
This is a convergence problem that will continue to get worse. I repaired a few of these recently and found that the main problem was poor/broken solder connections at the flyback transformer. Please note that there are potentially dangerous high voltages present inside the set even when unplugged.
That being said, the flyback needs to be resoldered and the pico fuses close to it need to be checked and replaced should they be open.
The parts cost for this (even when replacing the 3 pico fuses) should not exceed $10.
Go to menu then setup look for convergence if you Do NOt see convergence then you have a open fuse FL231 Located on right side of FBT there is 3 in a roll small brown rectrangle looking caps but they are Fuses it will be in the one in the middle.
You have a convergence problem. The Red and Blue are out of convergence meaning they are out of synch, causing shadows. There should be an Auto convergence option either on the television or through the menu options on the remote. If this doesn't fix your problem, then there's a manual convergence option. Should that fail, a service call is in order. Best of luck!
Have you used the color convergence settings on your TV?When the settings are off you will get this effect sometimes if the TV was jarred pretty hard it goes out of alignment.There should be a setting on your menu.If that doesn't help it may need re aligned by a repairman.
unfortunatey that diagnoses sounds correct. sorry when the "glycol leaks " it cause all sorts of damage. in theses sets the tubes cost about 250 a peice. plus very labor entensive to replace. these "value" sets cost about 800 new at your local walmart.