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Blue horizontal bows/lines

My TV recently started showing blue horizontal bows/lines and blue double vision (most prevalent on text). From what I have read here, sounds like this could be a convergence board problem (BP95-00142E) or a simple alignment fix from service mode? Other peoples problems were similar but blue didnt seem to be the problem usually red & green?

 

Should I attempt the service mode alignment? Anyhow, if anyone has the required manuals in digits that would help. jtewkesb@hotmail.com

 

Thx, JT

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Replace convergence IC's,then check alignment.

Use OEM quality ==I use Panasonic IC's with no call-backs.

T.

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