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I have a Sony KDP-57WS550 TV that has a convergence problem. Based on the symptoms, I'm not sure whether to indict the convergence ICs. In the convergence mode, I can move the red (and blue) crosses,...


With your TV in setup Use a small magnet to "move" the non converged Red, Blue, or, Green color lines "crosses" (each CRT will need to be adjusted in turn) by moving the magnet close to the offending Red, Blue or,Green color CRT yoke or, tube while observing the movement of the CRT color line "cross" in a mirror ( try several places near the tube and, several strengths of magnets:) a refrigerator sheet magnet works well (you can cut these with a scissors to make a better fit or, apply less magnetic "pull." by making them smaller (you may need more than one magnet per tube to fix each CRT's convergence) When you have each CRT tube's convergence right, apply some clear silicone adhesive to the magnet and, permanently affix the magnet to the now "fixed" CRT tube exactly where you placed the magnet to obtain the best convergence on the CRT.
(Do not adjust the "Green" CRT unless you must, as it is used as the color line to adjust other lines to)

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The color is off and the figures are outlined in blue and yellow, plus the picture is cloudy looking.


Press menu on your set scroll down to where it says picture then press select. Now scroll down to convergence and press select. A white cross should appear on your screen. Your objective is to merge or converge all the crosses into the one white cross. If done right you should see only the white cross. You may see a little green and blue but don't be to picky. Make sure you read the on screen instructions on how to do this. After this you continue to the next step and you should see several white crosses across your screen. Do a convergence for each one of these crosses. Your picture should brighten up and your yellow and blue lines should go away. If it doesnt you have a bad convergence chip or some bad capacitors. If the first step doesn't fix it I would that you had a tech come and check it out.

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Colors seperate and picture bent


THIS is a convergens problum .pls. prees menu key and see convergence menu select and see cross line on center the screen select one by one colour line to meching and cross line is white see the pictur is ok.

Oct 03, 2009 | Sony KP-46WT510 46" Rear Projection HDTV

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RCA REAR PROJ. SCREEN BOWS AT TOP AND COLORS DOUBLED


Hi, thank you for visit fix ya.
Resolder all connections around fly back ( check for open pico fuse).
if still problem, replace convergence board.
Thank you

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Red/Orange horizontal lines


it could be that the tv convergence circuit is going bad. One shure way of finding out is to go to the tv feature menu(picture,audio etc.) and select the customer convergence setting, you should get a cross hair pattern(cross in middle of screen). that cross should be white and by aligning the red or blue colors they should move left, right, up or down

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Sony KP53HS30 Picture Problem


correct, both ICs would be replaced for better performance of TV.

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Convergence and picture problem.


convergence ic's
http://www.techlore.com/blog/entry/19694/Sony-Convergence-Repair-My-Sony-TV-has-a-distorted-picture-/

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The words on the screen is doubled or trippled.


Go to the picture control menu and turn the color to minumum so that you are watching a black & white picture. Do this to determine if the color offset affects the overall screen or just the lower corner. If the center is off, go to the convergence adjustment menu and align the red and blue onto the green as described in the owners manual. Some models also allow you to align the outer edges as well. If the bottom is still bad you may have a problem in the convergence circuit. If the outlines are not seriously bowed or distorted a minor convergence toutchup by a qualified technician should correct the problem, otherwise parts are involved and the repair is considered major.

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