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Bowed picture The left and right side of the picture is bowed in - making it look like a fat hourglass. Can I fix this myself?

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Nope.

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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The shape your seeing is called 'V Bow' and 'Pincushion' which needs to be calibrated again. Theres probably a diode that went out. The tech can open it up and adjust the angles back. I wouldn't charge over $100-$150. Shop around for a good repair tech. Good Luck poe_diddley.

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may have blown your convergence, does it look like all 3 colors are hourglass or is it just one. If all 3 are bad and it is on the sides it may be a pincushon problem, I dont think you have an adjustment problem I think you have a part failure. If this set is older than about 5 years old it may be starting to have issues with the CRT coolant and the blue may be getting blury, the blue and green will need to be changed also. I would definitly call someone on this to make sure that you get all your bases covered as Fluid is conductive and can cause all kinds of issues up to fire hazzard. (of course that is if it is leaking, and that could be what caused your hourglass issue.)

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Did you check for fuseable resistors open when you changed the chips? This usually happens on a pioneer set . Did you get a manual?? You shount try to fix a set without a service manual. i'll see if I can get the way to do it BUT your still going to need to find those fuseable resistors thats bad. A manual makes it alot easyer. Good Luck

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