My phillips model 60pp920217f has a horrible picture...no green to the color
My 60 inc rear projection tv has lost its picture quality. THe picture is mostly bright reds and blues and no greens.. I have green halo's over words at the bottom of my screen and the blues and reds still dont look bright and vivid...any ideas on what that may be..btw i have worked on the convergence and multipoints but no luck with that....
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Tv have a problems known as a convergence problems,it is dead.The tv convergence board it is dead,that why ur tv picture are R,G,B colors lines mis alignments,have colors shadows picture or 3D picture lood alike?The tv convergence board require changes 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all of it resistors too.To fixed the tv convergence board to solved the tv convergence picture problems.The shop will cost u like $300-350 for parts and labors.
You need the Phillips DPTV305 - DPTV345 Chassis convergence repair kit which is available at the following link. the kits contain the parts and detailed instructions on how to do the repair.Just click on the phillips repair kits page. http://tvrepairkits.net/
No. your problem is related to the coolant in the green CRT has congealed with bacteria and needs to be changed. Thats what causes the halos and general poor picture and color quality. The blue should be changed also. The red for some reason doesnt seem to be affected by the bacteria problem. This is a common problem that happens with all projection TVs phillips and magnavox TVs
There are two major possible cause. The picture tube or the power unit. I had the same problem. Fortunately it turned out to be the lesser of both evils. The power unit. The repair shop was able to rebuild a power unit for less than the price as purchasing a 32' LCD TV. Less than $400.00