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Blue and yellow bowing

I have a JVC 48 inch (model AV-48WP30) that from one day to another started bowing at the top of the screen (yellow and then blue). Can you tell me what this might be and if it can be fixed?
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Sounds like the Convergence ICs STK392-110 need to be replaced you need both of them. You can get new ones at this link and they provide free instalation instructions with pics so you can do the repairs yourself.
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