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1stk=8tbsp
1lb=4stk
Not sure what it means but that's the equivalence

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RED CONVERGENCE STILL OFF


Next step should be to check the fuse-resistors and low values resistors for open conditions as well the solder joints on them.
These parts are located near the STK ICs.
Also if you can measure the voltage that power up the STK's. If you do not have the schematic diagram, check the ICs data sheet to know where the voltage is getting to the ICs.
You may have to do the convergence adjustment manually after you replaced those parts.
Good Luck.

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