Question about Philips 55PP9401 55" Rear Projection Television
After repair of set , I need to touch up convergence....another Expert
suggested Force 32 ? Do you know a webite address I can go to get
manual or info ?.........................T.
Terry, old system , can`t get it anymore, had to have a series of discs to make it work, what manual/model, chassis u lookin for ?
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
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Two things may have happened. First you may just need to degauss the CRTS. Let me explain when you move your TV you often cut across flux lines (magnetic lines of force) these have then tendency to magnetize your screen mask (a metal component in the CRT that slows down electrons) and cause what is sometimes misdiagnosed as a convergence problem. All that has to take place is a once over with a degaussing coil and the problem is fixed. The other thing that could have happened is the your convergence correction amplifiers have gone bad. This will require that you replace both modules (STK392-110). If you have a background in electronics you can perform these tasks, however if you don not have a background in electronics, I would suggest that you contact a qualified TV repair shop to service your TV set.
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