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Colors have seperated on top of screen

I have a Zenith HDTV 50 inch big screen tv; model number r50v26. I have had it for several years with no problems but today it is as if the colors have bled down on the top left side. Best way to describe it is to divide the screen into 6 quadrants, the color speration is in the top left and middle, the red and greens have seperated.

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  • Anonymous May 30, 2008

    I have gone through the digital array adjustments and the top middle quadrant will not budge..

  • Anonymous Jul 06, 2008

    The green stationary projector will not allign with the blue and the red

  • ringjm Dec 11, 2008

    I have tried working with the convergence and can fix most of it except for the top left hand corner and the bottom right. Is there a 'tube' or something going out?? Otherwise its a great TV. But it will get to the point that you think your vision is playing tricks on you.

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    I have the same problem

  • revak Jan 28, 2009

    excatly the same problem.....red seems to

    peel away at the top left corner

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Convergance ic are bad
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