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What is cnveyance setting for

What is conveyance setting for? very slight picture wobble when first turned on, settles after 15-20 mins

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Convergence setting is made to align the three color tubes to get the best possible image. The "wobble" that you mention is the begining of a convergence problem and the IC's that control convergence will need to be replaced - costs $200-$400

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