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Pioneer SD-532HD5 Good Morning, Last year I had to repair the power supply for the SD-532HD5 projection TV (the turn off problem), and I managed to have the power supply assembly re-soldered and it worked fine until now. Yesterday the convergence went severely out of whack, picture is doubled and the colour is out. The yellow and green centre cross pattern now has 2 vertical cross hairs about an inch apart and the blue is a couple of inches over and maybe 2 inches between the doubled centre vertical cross hairs (multi-point looks like spaghetti). There is no possible way to bring these all together through TV setup. I took the TV apart yesterday and everything is still clean and firmly fixed in place so my question, is there a main board that controls the convergence?, how much would it be? And in your opinion is it even worth fixing it again? I'm loosing my faith in Pioneer and would think a TV would last more than 6 years. Thank you, Ray

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  • Ray Klatt Mar 28, 2007

    Thanks Techman,
    I have called a tech and he mentioned the IC's as well, promisses me he can fix it for under $500.00, $100.00 for each IC and $90.00 for travel plus labour. I hope that ends my problems, I do still enjoy the HD picture quality (when working, as good as my freinds plazma)but I am loosing faith. If I decide to sell it (when working) any idea whats it's worth, it is old technology I guess. Thanks again



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This fault happens with just about any tube type projection set. The convergence IC's simply need to be replaced. They are two black, 2"X3", stand up ICs that will start with the letters STK on the surface of them and are mounted up against a large metal heatsink. If you have the soldering skills this should not be so hard for you to do, but please if you do not have the skills or experience to replace these IC's call in a pro to assist you with this repair. Good Luck

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