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  • fc1193 Sep 01, 2012

    I had a convergence poblem about a year ago and fixed it. Now the picture will fade to wite and then after a few minutes, the color comes back. I can tap on e back of the tv and the color will come back for a few minutes.

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You need to have a good look inside especially at the fold over plugs on the middle board==not unusual for the metal bands across the top to lift up just slightly===especially if middle board was removed for convergence repair.

Other than that it could be a bad solder connection etc--extreme care to localize what area should be taken if set on etc.

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