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I have a hitachi projection tv, manufactured may 2001, and one side is shadowing. do u believe this to be a convergence problem?

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  • m7alba11 Jan 21, 2009

    I resoldered what looked to be cold solder joints on the two convergence IC's (STK392-110). After replacing and reconnecting everything the other half of the tv started shadowing a greenish color as well. Do you think I have bad convergence IC's?

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It sounds like you have convergence problems
you can try going into the menu and if you can not correct it there the convergence circuit will have to be repaired

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  • T.l. Moore
    T.l. Moore Jan 21, 2009

    yes i think you have convergence ics that are failing i would sub them with STK392-150 and check your resistors to make sure there all in tolerance

    and i wouldnt get into the DCU unless i just had to

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