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Hi, just send your board for repair to this guys on ebay. on ebay search engine type in this # 330700000004 ok,they are professional and will fix your board for cheap. don't buy those repair kits you will mess up your board.
Yes,U know how to solders?Must replaced the 2 convergence ICS and all it resistors. Buy a convergence kit at Tv Repair World.com,Tvrepairkits.com.To repair it ur self. The shop will cost U $300 for parts and labors.
Yes you can repair it yourself if you know how to unsolder and solder IC's
The two large Ic's in your convergence Circuit has failed. You will need to replace both of them to return to normal viewing, Also the unit may need a convergence alignment after repair to insure picture quality.
Your tv's menu should have a user convergence alignment option in the setup option, but for factory quality have a technician do a factory mode alignment. Replaced both IC's with part#'s STK-392-120
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I would not recommend replacing them yourself if you have no soldering experience,There are many smd's very close to where you need to solder that can easily be lost or damaged if you don't know what you're doing.
If you can solder and you are comfortable working inside a set where there are potentially dangerous high voltages, yes you can fix this. The problem is likely to be either bad connections on the convergence ICs or defective ICs. If you still have the results of the previous repair, please post those here and I'll provide you with additional details and instructions.
I just fixed the capacitors on my WS-65713. I can email you instructions with pictures if you wish. You will need to de-solder and solder on new capacitors but if you check out video instructions on utube you should be okay with some practice.
Im thinking your convergence chips is causing all of your problems but here's the fix to the convergence: http://home.earthlink.net/~oleg.filippov/ConvergenceFix.htm http://cmpalmer.blogspot.com/2006/11/fixing-my-own-tv-part-ii.html
I've had the same problem with a 60" proscan. The tech repaired it ($400 for the repair) and left a note inside the chasis explaining what he did (in case he had to fix it again). He replaced a resistor and re-soldered a number of ICs. It happened to me again, and I may attempt the repair myself this time around.