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1080i connection has green hue

I have a Mitsu VS-60805 rear projection I purchased in 2000. Everthing is fine except my 1080i connection. The picture has a green hue to it over the entire screen. I have only recently used this connection so I am not sure if this is something recent or has always been this way. Again, all of my 480p component an SD connections are working fine. My friend mentioned to reinitialize the convergence IC via the service menu, does this sound right?

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What you probably see is a burning area due to Cooling Fluid leaking from one of the CRTs. If this is the case, It is not worth fixing in my opinion because the Board would have to be replaced and the leaking CRT would also have to be replaced. The availability of the Board is doubtful Due to it's age. You can check at 1800-553-7278. This is Mitsubishi's parts department #.
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I had the same problem with the same model. If you pull the cover off the speakers in the front , then the small black panel. looking from the front past your lamps are the 3 main boards, the r/h board has wire jumpers connecting to the center board. The set that is closest to you had a bad/loose/corroded connection on mine. All I did was resecure connection(try moving them with your fingertip) and turn TV on and check.

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The convergence amps will have number on them starting with STK replacing thes may do the trick or you may just have a poor solder connection at these ic's try soldering them first if no go then replace them look around on the convergence amp cba on the bottom for obviuos bad connections small ring crack are hard to see these ic's work hard that is one reason for their large heat sinks running the set and turning it on and off may have induced fine ring cracks. i amsorry I dont have a schmatic for this set but the ic's do have their (generic) part number wrote on them as do most all transistors and diodes and ic's

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make sure that you have your HD source hooked up to the correct input on the tv. you are going to want DTV as the input.

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sounds like u are losing green? is that right. could be loose connections somewhere because it works at start up then fails when it heats up. Look in the yellow pages for a mitz auth servicer or call mitsubishi for one near u.

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yea you have to call a tech to make repairs to your tv it is having problem in the color circuit good luck

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ya this tv needs stk packs there are a lot of people inthis area that will fix it for you ie abt

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