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Ghosting of the colour guns

Ghosting of the color guns, the last time this happened the parts were $1300, sadly the warranty has expired and quite frankly, I could buy a new TV for that...is it worth repairing or is there a way to fix it?

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Replace the convergence amp IC's and call a good TV Tech this time. The last tech over charged you about $1000.

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