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You need to go into the menu and adjust the convergence. It may be magic focus on this set. If that will not do it then replace the convergence ics. Check any resistors around the ics for open or value change.
It sounds like you are having a problem in the conversion circuit. The outputs IC’s for that circuit have failed and are need of replacement. The average cost is at least $450 on one trip. Call an Authorized Service Dealer for repair and estimate.
The conversion circuit is the circuit that aligns the picture.
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In replacing the CRTs, there are multiple focus adjustments. The basic one first is the Mechanical lens adjustment on the CRTs, (in this case red), the second one is the Electronic Focus on the Screen/Focus Block on the front of the unit behind the front panel. The third focus and on of the most important is the Beam Centering Focus. (In this case RED CTR) It is located on the neck of the CRTs. They are the first set of adjustment rings up from the CRT Boards. If any of these focus adjustments are off they will cause a symptom like yours to occur. Normally these adjustments are made before any convergence adjustments are made. I would double check to see if the repairman made these adjustments.
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