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DLP projection tvs are bulky and have a design flaw in the convergence board the 2 STK convergence ICS alway dies constinely require replacement,if u use about 4 or 5 hours day in and day out.If the old Mitsubishi tv several years since is was repair,u use it alot?If yes,it time to retire it,and buy the refurbish Plama tv.Not,than get the old tv repair.U Know how to solders?Tries Websites Tv repair World.com,Tvrepairkits.com to buy a convergence kit to repair it ur self.U can go to You Tube type in Convergence problems will see a tutoring video in repairing 2 STK Convergence ICS.
Hi, That`s an easy one, you have a bunch of broken solder joints on the sweep board, if you are proficient at soldering you can fix this yourself, if you are NOT then call a tech out, this is a cheap, quick repair, get it done and start enjoying your set again, hope this helps, Happy Holidays.
i know this is a old problem but in case anyone in the future here has this problem, the problem lies in your convergence board ,mainly the stk`s are shot ,you can buy new STK`s for around 15 to 20 dollars and then will need some one to take old ones of and resoldering the new ones on.
anywho if you have this problem unplug or remove your convergence board and then turn on tv and you will see a picture, all colours will be out of convergence but when you put the fixed board back in colours should realign, or you may have to realign a little yourself.
only reason i am posting on this old problem is because was just given this tv samsung hcn473wx/xac for free and decided to fix it and it now works well.
Try doing a reset of the TV first. On Panasonics this is done with the TV on and then pressing on the POWER and ACTION (on the fron of the TV only) buttons at the same time until the screen blanks out or a diagnostic screen appears. Once you do this all custom functions (color,tint,channel memory) will be back to factory defaults.
Your problem is in the digital video processor circuit. This is a hard puppy to trouble shoot unless it happens all the time. Most of the sets I have seen do this, the main video processor IC is drfective and the repair was around 3 to 4 hundred bucks.