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TV has panaramic view/ 3D view.

Came home and turned TV on and the edges are fine but the center seems to be smaller. It is not in view, it has a 3D view before you put the 3D glasses on. It also is double vision like this.

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  • Ken Mangione Dec 21, 2008

    The exact model number on the back of TV is KP-61HS30. Serial number is 9738226.

  • Ken Mangione Dec 21, 2008

    can you tell me where i can find where to buy the part numbers that you supplied?

  • skyseeker Jan 16, 2009

    hi there i am having problems ...... is there a pic of these repair !!! any help on it !!!!

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    Let me know the exact model number of TV, written on label pasted on rear of TV.



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Symptoms shows its problem of failure of convergence out ICs on D board.

Find IC8001 and IC8002 on D board and replace them as per following part number...

8-749-019-08 STK392-560

You also need to check following pico fuse PS8001 to PS8006 (6 fuses) as few can be blown off and requires replacement.

You should do above said repair if you have knowledge of electronics, have experience of big TV repair, have necessary tools and know that electric shock risk is involve in TV repair.

Let me know if you need further help.

Good luck.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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