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Re: TOSHIBA TV- HCN4226W convergence PROBLEM
I charge 285.00 at my shop ,so if you cannot fix it your self you are looking at repair anywhere from that price or more .You have 2 STK ics these are your convergence Chips .You would need to replace both of them.If you can solder you have it made.
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Tv have a problems known as a convergence problems,it dead.The tv convergence board have dead 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all it resistors are dead.Try website like Tvrepairworld.com to buy a whole rebuild convergence board for the replacement.The Samsung/Akai tvs using the same convergence board.
This tv have convergence problems.Ur tv convergence board the 2 STK convergence ICS are defective,and some or all it resistor are dead.Try website like Tvrepairworld.com to buy a whole refurbish convergence board for the replacement.Spend about $100 dollars more this tv can be save.
Hi Thanks for using FixYa. From what you have described it seems that you have to
replace the convergence IC and check power resistor for leakage, if values are
not exact you have to replace them. The typical cost to get this fixed by a pro
is about $300 - and it doesn't mean that he/they will do a job better than you
do. The parts are less than $100 (about $20-$30 for the IC's) if you want to do
it yourself. Replacing only the IC's MAY solve the problem; however, many
people have also had blown resistors requiring replacement. Why would you ask
should you replace both of the IC's if only one is shot?! If one is shot the
other one is not far away and for that little price of the chips it worth
changing them both at the same time. Also the convergence board should be
checked for cracked solder. If you replace the ICs and the resistors are shot,
the ICs may blow again almost immediately, meaning you may have to do the
repair twice. Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or else
revert for further assistance.
no it's not reasonable at all.if you are positive that it is a comvergence problem you can go to bestbuy and do a part search and get a complete convergence board for aroung $100 depending on where you live because of shipping. i live in ohio and i just replaced mine and it cost me $95.67 thats tax and shipping and was very easy to install about 10 minutes.
The resistors on the new module are not 100% Identical in resistance to the originals on your board, to access the svc menu you will want a service manual and will require some patience. It can be tricky I would personally call a repairman with convergence in mind. Or order a manual and read the conv section several times. http://www.eserviceinfo.com/index.php?what=search2 Is one site, might have to purchase one.