I have a Panasonic PT-47wx49E. It was working fine when I shut it off last night. This morning when I turned it on, there is now a blue ghosting to the picture. The colors seem fine other that the blue seems to be doubled to the left of the screen, with a squggly blue line down the right side a couple of inches in. Any ideas? Trying to change the convergence did nothing.
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Re: blue ghosting on Panasonic PT-47WX49E
Your convergence IVs need to be replaced. Its an easy repair if you can solder. you can get the two ICs you need at the following link. they also provide free installation instructions and free on line tech support while youre doing the repair. You need two ICs they are numbers STK392-110. Let me know if I can be of further assistance. I am one of servicemanuals support techs and board rebuilder. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
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Thats a power supply module going bad. Dont use it until a person with knowledge on TV see that. Or if you feel you can DIY open the back panel to see if there is a toasted or foreign object near the power supply area. Its located when you follow the main plug going into the back panel of your TV. Look for a dying Fuse too. And watch out for Capacitor that has still current, you may electicuted with that component. That parts its only for qualified servicemen area only.
This is for sure a safety shutdown circuit that is shutting down this TV set. It is a hard call to pinpoint a problem such as this without first doing some troubleshooting on the TV set. You could have a short in the sweep power supply, the horizontal output transistor could be bad, therefore then the flyback is probably bad, or the vertical IC could be bad, there could be a regulator problem in the main power supply that could be bad, and also the convergence IC's can cause this problem. Almost any circuit inside this TV set can be detected and staop the set from starting up. Good Luck