Question about Philips Magnavox 9P6034C 60" Rear Projection Television
The right side of the screen hae blue shadows along the objects/people on screen. Any solutions or suggestions?
This is a convergence amplifier problem, it can be fixed for a relatively low price, however I do not suggest that you do this on your own because it may lead to more damage then what you have now.. The price the repairman is quoting you is fair, although I have repaired such problems for the cost of the parts and the labor, total of $180.00, but that was because I am able to work without overhead. I would suggest that you have a qualified TV repair technician fix this problem but if you really want to do it yourself here we go:
Turn the TV off and unplug it
locate the two STK IC modules on the metal heat sink (usually on the deflection board),
Remove the deflection board,
Unscrew the modules from the heat sink,
locate all of the biasing resistors connected to the STK modules and de-solder them along with the modules,
Remove the modules and the resistors,
Replace the modules and resistors with new ones (purchased beforehand),
re-solder all components (making sure that you do not create any shorts)
Check your work with a magnifying glass.
Re-install the deflection board, and power on the TV.
Adjust convergence to manufactures specifications.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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