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I have a 65 inch Hitachi HDTV. There are red,

I have a Rear Projection TVs Hitachi Ultravision 65XWX20B rear-projection CRT HDTV. There are red, blue, and green lines going through the screen horizontally. The image is also slightly blurry. I know how to take it apart but I don't know what to do. How do I fix this?

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Sounds like you need to purchase a convergence kit. Instuctions are included

Posted on Jun 06, 2011

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    what about one color sagging from top?

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- First remove the screws holding the top and the bottom, the important ones are on the sides of the TV.

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