Question about Pioneer PRO-710HD 64" Rear Projection Television
Sounds to me like a convergence problem. There are two convergence amplifiers inside the tv that keep the red and blue lined up with the green tube. This repair requires solder/desolder equipment and test equipment. What needs to be done is the parts need to be replaced on a circuit board. Most repair shops charge about 200-350 to do this repair. This set was very expensive and has many years of good life in it. If the service person says they need to replace the entire circuit board they are wasting your money. This board can be rebuilt by anyone with some experience in tv repairs. I would think that if a repair on that set doesn't exceed 450 most people would fix it. The set should stay in the home although some shops prefer to remove the circuit board to return to their shop for repair. Good luck, Russmann.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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