Question about Proscan PS56670 56" Rear Projection Television
My TV was mfg in 1998. After the tv warms up the screen gets warped. This takes about 20 min. I had a tech look at it in Dec and at first he thought it was a convergence problem. After checking it out he thought it was a "pincusion" problem. With the rear cover off the tv worked perfectly until now. It will work fine if I put a fan behind it. Obviously there is some kind of thermal issue. I am not even sure if it is worth fixing. Can someone tell me what I should do. Is it worth fixing?
For a 10 years old TV, it might not be worth fixing it. Save your money to get a new one once this one gives up.
I would keep it running using with the back cover off using that fan to keep it cool.
Hope this helps.
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