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Intermittently screen move to one side with distrited picture

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Intermittently picture start moving towards left and stay at half a feet gap.

Engineer who attended mentioned that it is the common problem in this model and he fixed a colling fan above two power transistor to keep it cool. Some times the porblem doesnt appear for months and some times it keeps comming every day for week.

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Might be the convergence chips. Do you have any problem moving the convergence under the menu setting? Convergence chips are reasonably priced. If you know a friend or someone who can solder better than average, I would go this route. My tv wasn't that bad; I wasn't able to set 2 of the 3 colors during convergence setup. Changing the 2 convergence chips did the trick!

Posted on May 24, 2009

  • cp12912 Mar 31, 2010

    Agree. Convergence chips. Here's a tip: don't let your kids plug their gaming consoles into your projection tv. It overloads the convergence chips and then you'll be in the same boat again.

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