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Mitsubishi WS-65807 problems

Recently, my tv started getting some, what looked like convergence problems. The red and blue were separating. The tv picture was also bowing inwards, distorting the picture. A yellow sort of tint was also apprearing on peoples faces. I tried to reset the convergence back to factory defaults, to no avail. Do you know what could be wrong and how much it could cost to fix? Thanks! Sean Hale

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  • mclemmer Dec 16, 2008

    same as described in the discription.... Sounds like ATON of the same issues.....



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You need the two convergence IC's replaced part# STK392-570. About a $300-$400 repair.

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