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Vs-45609 my vs-45609 red can is out of adjustment(not the focus) it is curveingon right side of screen, is there a adjust ment?

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  • scottcross63 Jan 06, 2008

    thankyou, i already did a convergence reset

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2008

    I REPLACES THE ICS WHERE IS THE FUSE THAT BLOWS THAT ALSO MAKES IT TO WHERE YOU CANT ADJUST THEM

  • tilton_larry Mar 13, 2008

    my tv's red convergence is on the left side of screen

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2008

    i need to knoww were is the covergence is on the board

  • taboogrl Dec 07, 2008

    On my Tv i see green and blue swirls down the middle. i can see the tv but in red. how do i fix. i already did the conversion reset didnt work.please help

  • tavis607 Apr 12, 2009

    my red convergence is off on both sides and won't adjust left nor right but they will go up and down. Nothing is working!!!!!!!!!!!

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I think you convergence ic are bad
http://cmpalmer.blogspot.com/2006/11/fixing-my-own-tv-part-ii.html

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You can do a convergence reset, see ctechnicians.com

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