Thanks a bunch.. You really helped me out here.. I will let you know how it goes.. Will have to brush up on my soldering technique, there are a lot of prongs here(23) numbers 1-3 don't seem to be going to anything as there is no solder present.. I was told to use a de-solder device to remove the old solder since it will be dificult to pry off each prong one by one to remove the whole component. Once I get all the prongs loose, then I believe the metal coolant towers will pry off the posts.. Seems like the posts are soldered to the board, but the metal towers should slide off the threaed posts. You have been very helpful, let me know if I am on the right track??
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All thats required is for the coolant to be changed you dont have to change the Tube as a new tube wont include the lens coolant assembly or coolant. So just change the coolant in the green and blue red doesnt get affected and you will be fine.
to prove the ICs need resoldering just tap the heat sinks with the handle of a screw driver if the convergance gets corrected as you tap then yes resolder if not then replace the ICs. you need an OHM meter to test the resistors you also need to know there values as they are tested. If I were to do the job I would charge $250.00 labor plus parts. call around ask the techs in you area what they charge for the repair.
I have the same problem. I had someone come out and take a look at it they told me it was a DM module or signal board. Unfortunately Mitsubishi does not make the part anymore!! I'm very upset. I'm not saying this is your problem, but look at it as a possibility...
It is really hard to say what could be your problem, so let me know exactly what it is -Does your set play-and has no sound and can you go into menu to audio?let me know i will try to help you.Thank You for using FixYa and Have a Nice Day
Your problem is with the blue color,maybe some dirt is sitting on the face of the blue crt and is being projected bigger to the screen,you should try cleaning the face of all 3 tubes,if you familiar with tv service this should help,be careful when removing the back and make sure the set is unplug when you do the cleaning.Let us know how it goes.