Question about Mitsubishi WT-46809 46" Rear Projection Television
Sounds like you have loose solder connections on the convergence ic's. If you have a soldering iron and solder then it will be an easy fix. There are 2 convergence ic's, and they will be mounted to large heat sinks. When you get the back off of the tv, you can tap around on the boards with the handle of a screwdriver or anything else nonconductive and see if it will act up. You may even try banging on the side of the set w/ your hand to see if it acts up. If it isn't loose connections, then the ic's will need to be changed, and possibly some resistors.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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