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My Mitsubishi WS-65313 65 inch, Convergence Problem???

My Mitsubishi WS-65313 65'' Has a very clear picture and color.

The picture curves in at the top and bottom in every mode but narrow.

When we change the picture to Narrow it curves on each side instead.

I read on another post from someone else that there t.v. was doing the same thing.

The solution was to pull the cover off and adjust the convergence manually by the dials.

I adjusted all 6 dials and neither of them seemed to fix the problem.

So my question is could it be my Convergence IC's are going out???

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  • AngelaC Mar 24, 2008

    I have a Mitsubishi WS 65511 that I brought in Nov. of 03 . My blue convergence does not move left o or right to line up with the center cross hair. As a reult, the blue on the screen creates a shadow. So, I removed the front pannel and manually made some adjustments. I want to have the same adjustment vaules that I had when I first brought the TV. I have the sevice manual. Should I manually put in the information from the service manual before I get the new part or should I do it after the new part is put in? I am not sure what part to order. Do I need HIC-STK 393-110 and if so, do I need one or two. Or do I need a new convergence board? Thanks Angela

  • AngelaC May 11, 2010

    Where do I get original Mitsubishi parts for my TV model WS 65511? thanks

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This is a common problem on projection tvs. There are two convergence chips that need to be changed. STK394-250 or original Mitsubishi # 267P173010 (recommended)

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