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RGB problems - different model

I couldn't locate my model on the site, but I hope someone can help me. I have a 52" Rear Projection Mitsubishi VS-461RS made in 1987. I bought it used and it's worked fine for some time now, but last night, in the middle of watching a DVD, the colors on screen split up - the red and blue appear slightly out of phase with the rest of the picture, and not only are they staggered off the main picture, but they're also weaving up and down around the yellow/main picture. I tried to adjust with the test dials, but they don't make much difference. If anyone can offer me any help in this matter, I'd appreciate it. Best case, something I can do myself, since the TV is rather large and would be a pain to take to a repair shop. I am pretty handy with electronics, but I'll defer to more experienced heads, if necessary. Thanks!

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  • paul-buchman Aug 22, 2007

    Both. At first, I thought it might have been only one input, but it's on both AV and both Tuners

  • paul-buchman Aug 22, 2007

    I tried a full power down, plug out, and that didn't help either.



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By the age of the unit you probably have a few cold solder connection in and around the power supply and video sections/

Posted on Aug 23, 2007

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Does only happen on a/v inputs or on tune also/

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