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I have a Philips 9P5544C102

The Problem is, I am getting Double picture. I have tried to go into programming and line up the red, and white cross, but it will not let me do so. Please let me know Thanks Tom

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Re: I have a Philips 9P5544C102

Tom You are experiencing a convergence output failure. The crosses will not move until the conv.. chips are replaced with original parts. There are also some yoke return resistors that have opened due to the chips flaking out. John

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There should be a convergence adjustment on this set. It will have a "cross hair" type pattern
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I had same problem. First went in tomenu and went to set up settings and went to convergence area. I then reset this back to default, which I later was told I should have not done so do not attempt this it will temporarily fix issue but problem will persisit.
I found a local tv repair man thru or something like that as they are hard to find.
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