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Red color border on the pitchures

My screen is showing red boader along the edges of the immages and lettring.

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Probably the convergence output integrated circuit is at fault. There are two-one for red and one for blue. They should both be changed. Also, sometimes the resistors feeding the I.C. may have opened as well.

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The pitchure looks like its 3d. everything looks


You have a convergece board failure. Changing one board will not nescessarily fix it. It is recommended to change all 3 boards in the unit. many try this as a DIY and fall afoul because it is a specialist job to retune and reset the paramaters. The cost then becomes greater than if a tech did it correctly the first time. Be advised it is not a simple DIY.It requires soldering and desoldering skills, specialised tools and a knowledge of circuit diagrams.

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Just to clarify, it sounds like what you are saying is that the image appears to duplicate in either red or blue along the edges of the image (especially white lettering and probably increasing along the boarder of the TV). This is resolved by converging your TV. Convergence will drift normally on large screen projection TV's over time or through moving them. The Hitachi 57f500a has a feature called "Magic Focus" (pg 36 in your manual) which will auto converge the image. If the auto converge feature doesn't work, on page 37 in your manual, it explains how to converge manually. If you do not have the manual, I have the image of the pages below. If for some reason this doesn't work, please provide additional info and detailed prior to rating the help.

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sell my the Lenticular Screen (the first screen) or find out what part you need and buy it from me.

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