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Fungryman, I'm tackling a convergence problem myself and replaced IC's. no help. I'm moving on to the convergence fuses and then resistors. I found this site which gave me the values of each from a kit they sell. Hopethis helps.www.tvrepairkits.com/order-now.html
Yes. double check for bridged solder or open as well. If everything checked ok, disonnect the related convergence yoke and see if it fixes it (do this very quickly tho). dont let the set run more than a few sec! its a good idea to scope the output too.
you can download your schematic that will tell you resistor values and the rest of the circuits and IC indentifications as well as test procedures and more , this is a ten part zip that can be opened with winzip and read with adobe just click here http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/12926/Hitachi_50FX30B.html
then to order resistors you can get them here http://www.nteinc.com/
or look for an electronic parts supply store around you , but alot of the time they too have to order the parts, ecspecially certain valued resistors or other special valued parts
if you need more help just ask !
Its best to replace both IC's. As far as the resistors, there are location #'s marked on the board where the resistors are mounted. If any look burnt, get the location numbers off the board, and your model # and email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org. I will get you the resistor values.