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Double image on screen

The sound and color is just fine, however, there is a double image that is seen on all channels, dvd's etc. We had this exact problem approx 4yrs. ago. They replaced it then and we've had no problems until now. We had a repairman come out to say they could fix it then and there for a crisp $370.00 We've decided to try to replace the broken piece ourselves. I thought he said it was an AC or IC condensing unit, but no luck finding this piece online so I'm sure I didn't hear him correctly. Anyone know the part we need to replace? It appeared they were pointing to a piece that is located right inside the back panel approx 2in wide by 5in long. Any ideas or suggestions of what needs to be replaced, I would appreciate the input.

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Sounds like the convergence went out and what he may have been pointing to are the convergence output i.c.'s..  if so, you may want to have a tech do this one...

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