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My tv works OK, however, it has a red area on the right and blue appears across the face of the monitor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've posted this solution several times but here goes. Try setting up the convergence through the menu by accessing the convergence setup menu. If this fails to work you have a bad digital convergence box and need a tech to replace it. About $60 to $100 fix.
Posted on Jun 22, 2006
SOURCE: RCA- R52WH74
I had the problem with my rca looking like it was in 3d. anyways, I read this post and ordered the part ($3.79). did the soldering and TV works perfect now. Txs so much for the info on how to fix the problem. I was so worried it was going to cost a ton to have someone repair the TV. Much appreciated!
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
SOURCE: Red,Blue,Green Image
YOu have convergence issues. Ok first question. IN your setup menu do you have the convergence option/ if you DO not then it can be a specail fusable link. fl231 if you do. next question do the picture bow in at the middle. if you do then it possibly a convergence power supply issue. next if you go into setup convergence does the crosshairs adjust up or down left to right on both blue and red. I if so then theres is a chance that it can be a convergence adjusment or a amplifer problem AS always THIS SET CAN GENERATE LEATHAL 380 VOLTS EVEN WITH SET UPLUGED SO BE CAREFULL.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
You likely have a bad 'controller' board, the one that converts the analog monitor signal into Row and Column addresses to tell the screen which pixels to light up, and which color. You may have a loose connection where ribbon cables connect to the board or the LCD panel, but you'd have to take it apart to see.
Likely the monitor part would be prohibitively expensive when you add in labor costs. If I owned it, I'd take it apart a bit and check for loose things...
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Failing optical block. check this website
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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