Question about Philips 60P8341 60" Rear Projection Television
I have a 60PP9202 65" Phillips Rear projection tv. I was told it was the two convergence chips that need replacement and it will cost about $350.00. Does it sound right and is it easy to repair and is it something that I can do myself. I tried the convergence and the blue is ok but the red is not adjustable. Will I need to change both so called chips or just the red? Was working find then instantly the letters had double exposure (above the other one) I took some didgital pictures if you want me to send them to you I can. Is that model worth puting that much money into it or should I look for another one? I apreciate your help.
I believe your set uses STK392-120's You can change them if you have any electrical background. You will need to be able to solder to do this. You will also need to check the larger resistors around the stk's to see if they are burned, or out of spec... You will need a meter to check them, and you should pull one leg out of circuit to measure the resistance. If all the resistors are good, and you replace the convergence IC's, you should be able to re-adjust your convergence and have a great picture again... IF you CANT do these repairs yourself, 350.00 is a common price.
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