Question about Sony KP-61HS10 61" Rear Projection Television

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Clarification Just wanted to make sure. My picture quality degrades and corrects. Sometimes the picture is very blurry and sometimes it's ok but the words on the screen are still sort of ghost. So my problem is definitely the convergence isn't it? I have already ordered the ICs. (STK392-560) Thank you.

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Just replace the sucket at the back of picture tube. remove from pcb the old one and then replace a new one. that's it and it solve your provelem.no need to buy an IC. if you can clean that socket, much better 'couse you don't need to purchase a new one. try it know. 99.9% sure...thanks

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  • janex2 Apr 22, 2008

    that ic(STK392-560) is for power regulator an "oscelator".. no need to change that ic because it is not deffective since your tv is still working the power.



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I jus posted a response to this question. It should take care of your problem. However if you ordered the ICs from the link I posted they will go the distance to help you find out whats wrong if the ICs dont fix the problem.

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