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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try resoldering the convergence ICs if that doesnt help you will no doubt need new Convergence ICs .resolder both of them as thats sounds like a solder issue, unless the IC is getting to the end of its operational ability
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
SOURCE: kp51ws500 color flickering
I'm afraid I don't have good news. This is known as the "Flicker Issue." As a Sony authorized servicer, the shop I worked for was directed to replace all three of the CRT's in the limited number of sets that experienced this issue. The cost per tube is typically around $200. If you decide to take this on, it is best to replace one CRT at a time, power up the set and do the yoke adjustments and electrical alignments to get the new color to line up with the existing ones.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
If its a DLP it may have a color wheel which could be your problem (the colors will change etc)
Color wheels move at high speed and if slow down set will shut down.
The wheel if there will face the lamp. If often if failing will make a high pitched whine or a fan like sound.
Posted on May 30, 2012
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