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Picture not clear-double imaging streaks of green arcing across the screen

Double imaging of picture streaks of green arcing across the length of screen. This has started to happen gradualy and if i turned the TV off and back on it would fix it self....well not anly longer.

Anyone know what the problem maybe and if it is something that a somewhat hand person can fix. I'm not electrically hand tho!

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This is the most common problem with projection TV's, you have a convergence problem, Most sets will have two or three convergence Ic's your model only has one, the problem could be as simple as it has unsoldered itself and needs to be re soldered, or most likely it simply failed and needs to be replaced. If your handy with a soldering it is a fairly simple thing to do. The convergence Ic is mounted the the huge heat sink and has a part number on it of STK393-110 on the board its in location IC8C01, try re soldering all the leads first, if that fails the order Part# 267P155010 from www.vancebaldwin.com and replace it

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