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Color is off and picture curves inward

Same as everyone else that has posted. There are colored shadows of original images and the picture curves inward from the top and bottom. I am wanting to know what one can expect as far as the cost to have the convergence rebuilt.

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  • bleafr Aug 27, 2008

    I cannot get my auto convergence back which i have used before and i have a 3d image and blur. I had already changed the red bulb 7 months ago which cost $200 i can't figure it out

  • Anonymous Sep 28, 2008

    i have the same problem as well the picture comes inward from top to bottom and the colors are not convergeing togerther properly

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You do not have the convergence option? check out my article on the fl231 problems under tips and tricks. if this is the case it could be as simple as 5 dollars and 30 minutes if you can solder a component

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Depends on your geographical area...300-450

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OK to help assist everyone having the BLUE HUE and CURVED LINES Issue on their Rear Projection HDTV no matter their model. Here are the steps to take. The first thing to check is the FOCUS BLOCK or G2 Focus Transformer or CRX F-Pack. I have replaced mine, however it didn't resolve the issue. I am onto the next item the CRT Board for Blue (Which is the board under one of the three color lamps inside your tv) Please see photo below (if photo is not large enough below go to link to review notes as well) If the CRT Board is not it, then the next step will be the Signal Board which is a larger board in the back. In a week I will have a picture of both.

INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Remove the outside cover
  2. Remove the wood plank/panel
  3. In the front is the G2 Focus Block/Transformer, while set is on turn the top 3 knobs till the screen goes black/dark grey.
  4. adjusting the colors till you receive the desired or normal color/picture.
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Replace the G2 Focus Block aka Focus Transformer, if Hitachi it's called a CRX F-Pack. This item will cost about $50. Not expensive. You will likely need a soldiering iron. DO TURN OFF & UNPLUG THE TV WHEN INSERTING ANY METAL OBJECTS INTO THE TV!!

FOLLOW THE PHOTOS/DIAGRAM in link below for assistance in the above instructions. I will post my next process since it was not my Focus Block that was an issue.

ONE SOLID PHOTO Go to URL CLICK HERE, click on that image to enlarge. Hope this helps you all out!

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