Question about Toshiba 40H80 40" Rear Projection Television
My TV just stopped working. It's weird. It turns on but the convergence is all off really bad. And the whole screen is wigging out a little. The wigging out gets worse and worse, and convergence gets worse and worse until the hole thing shuts itself off, like it overloaded or something. Then it won't turn on unless I leave it off for a long time, as though it has to cool off. In fact, that's exactly what it seems like -- like something is overheating. The whole process from when I turn it on, until it shuts itself off is maybe 30 seconds.
Any ideas? It's otherwise a great TV. I'd hate to have to replace it.
A convergence problem is very commond. In most cases the convergence output amplifer IC's need to be replaced. This is not something you should do. Call a repair shop.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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