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Mitsubishi WT-46807 46 in picture bends and the blue red and white all seperates

My television is acting crazy. When I turn it on the picture will be fine.. 20 seconds later the picture bends on each end of the screen.. If there is letters or words written on the picture, there will be three sets of words one red one blue and one a whitish yellow.. Then it will go back to normal. Then five minutes later the screen will mess up again for another 20 minutes..

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Intermittent convergence fail. suggest re-soldering the 2 convergence output ICs on the middle power board. they are the 2 large devices located on the largest heat-sink on the middle board(looking at from back) once you re-solder them as long as the aren't faulty internally you should be all set.

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