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Concave picture with colors red and green away from each other

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Picture appears concave and doubled


Most likely scenario is that the auto convergence option has disappeared which will cause the set to have an arced picture with double images. You can get the RCA repair kit called ITC222 & ITC222A convergence option missing repair kit from www.tvrepairworld.com which has the replacement parts and the CD with instructions.

Jul 31, 2010 | RCA HD52W56 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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How to adjust the picture, convergence is wrong on a 55'' prejection TV


If you cannot move or align the colors with the customer convergence menu, one or both of the convergence amplifier IC's have gone bad. These IC's are located on a common heatsink on the left side board looking from the back. It would probably be best to have a shop check it out for you. This repair can lead to a pretty in depth convergence adjustment. Fairly complicated. Thanks for using fixya.

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Concave picture


the convergence power supply module has failed
if you go into the menu you will not find convergence adjustments in the menu
the power supply module can be repaired
or you may want to get local help
if you want to try to repair you can get parts at mcm or encompas or tvrepairworld.com

Oct 26, 2009 | RCA P52937 52" Rear Projection Television

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Concave picture


sounds like the bulb is on its way out, they can be replaced for about 100 bucks.

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Picture on projection screen is concave in the middle


This set does not use IC's for convergence. Most other brands do use IC's.They use individual transistors in this one and honestly I don't remember ever seeing these go bad. Normally it is the power supply that runs the convergence transistors or more commonly known as the convergence board. It gets pretty technical with this type of problem. Have a repair shop check it out for you and avoid the headache. Thanks

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Rca picture concave 52 in rear projection


sounds like your color guns are out of alignment and need adjusting. its a cheap fix with a tv tech but i wouldnt recommend doing it yourself. plus, a visit from a tech can tell you if there is anything else wrong/about to b wrong

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Picture Problem


I have the same situation. Called my repairman, who knew exactly that it needed a "570 kit" . It will be repaired this week. Cost $360

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My RCA Tv has a concave picture!!!


Convergence problems. FIrst try going into customer setup and seeing if convergence options are there and if adjustments can be made. unfortunately when the picture is bowed like that it idicates a complete loss of convergence which idicates one of three boards have gone bad.

Dec 21, 2007 | RCA HD52W56 52" Rear Projection HDTV

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Mitsubishi VS 45501A Projection TV


Model VS-45501A  probably not worth fixing at around 400.00
for a convergence circuit overhaul......T.

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