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Resistors on toshiba 50h72

Got great info on convergance issue from u guy's.you say that a resistor may be blown. will a simple ohm test on the resistors tell me the failed one. can you also push me in the right direction of said resistors becuase with my luck i'll change them all. this is all new to me as i'am not a electornics repair man but have enough knowledge to do the job how do i also determine the 1/2watt resistors as they are rated by ohms ?yes/no.

P.S would a service manual help me out? thanks again you guy's have been great.Also time and money saver for the do it youself kinda guy.
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  • vmarch Mar 02, 2008

    my tv is 5yrs old and had an extended warranty that expired 3 months before problem happened. The blue convergence is out of wack it can be adjusted on 9 diffrent spots but it will not allow me to make any adjustments... I really don't want to put it to the curb yet ,i have pic but blue shadows on images i need help to fix nearest toshiba repairshop is 90 miles from me



    any help is apprecciated

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The resistors are located right next to teconvergence ICs.An ohms meter will check them often you have to lift one leg out of circuit to test as they have to be within 5% tolerance. You cant miss the resistors right next to the ICs heatsink their should be quite a few of them all identical.

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