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This type of behaviour is related to the convergency section. In order to fix it you will need to replace 2 identical ICs that are mounted on an aluminum heatsink and check for any other defective components such as fuses or fuse resistors that are associated with the convergency circuitry.
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My new lg 3d tv is closng on top bottom and sides is there anything i can do to cure the problem


Could you provide more information? What do you mean when you say, "closing?" Do you mean there is a black band around the picture? If so that means the original picture is recorded at a lower pixel density than your TV will display.
In the past most TV program signals provided a picture dimensions (in computer standards) very roughly 600 pixels wide by 400 pixels tall. What this means is that a picture of that pixel size will display as a small, squarish image slightly wider than it is tall on a (now) standard 1080p LCD television--which produces an image 1920 pixels wide by 1080 pixels high.
That would be nearly unwatchable (picture too small) except for the fact that most TVs compensate for the relatively small size of "standard definition TV (SD TV, as opposed to HDTV) by enlarging the image so that the top and bottom edges of the picture touch the top and bottom of the TV screen. This will leave black bands on either side of the picture. Some LCD TVs will automatically stretch BOTH dimensions of the image, which yields a distorted, "sqaushed" image.
All my comments above apply to both standard LCD and 3D-LCD TVs, by the way.
A more precise overview of the facts about TV picture size can be found here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Display_resolution

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My 47 inch vizio 3dtv has issues with the 3d. There are two images and neither are in 3d. The glasses don't work.


You have to put the TV into 3D mode to view it by pressing the 3D button on the remote. Before you press that button, look at the screen... if you see two images side by side, then you would choose SBS... if the images are one on top of the other, then it is the over/under mode, or with Vizio,Top/Bottom option which is the "TB" icon. Once you have chosen this, the screen will inform you to put on your 3D Glasses.

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The picture is showing a double image and is distored.


The problem you are refering to is more than likely a convergence problem. The convergence circuit in your tv is controlled by an IC (integrated circuit) stk392-110 and it makes the 3 colors (red, blue, green) line up/converge together to create a clear picture. You'll know when this part needs to be replaced because the picture you see is 3d looking and possibly bowed on the top or bottom or on the sides in any or all 3 colors.

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RCA R52WH74 Picture is sagging, looks 3d, and double picture


Go to menu then setup look for convergence if you do not see convergence then you have A open FUSE It will be on right side of FBT flyback transfomer there is 3 of them in a roll they are small brown rectrangler looking caps but ARE FUSES it will be the one in the middle. Replace it and you have a FIXYA.

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3D image


you have to replace all 3 ic's and 2 are stk 392-110 and the 3rd one is stk 392-150 they are located on the extreme right of your tv on a long heat sink all 3 are located there.You can get replacements as well as free tech online support at
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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Sone TV Picture not aligned.


This looks like Pincushion problem. nothing you can do. Only a Trained technecian can do this adjustment to reproduce a perfectly aligned image. It requires a pattern Generator and other tools. call the company tech.

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