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your color engine is failing its also known as the optic block and they are very expensive to replace good luck google the optic block failure in these sets to better educate yourself with what your dealing with ok it most often blue that shows the failure but green and blue to and red
Ur tv convergence are dead.U must know how to solder.U must have soldering tools,and solder to fix convergence problems.Must repalced 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all it resistors.Tries websites like Tvrepairworld.com,Tvrepairkits.com to buy a convergence kit to repair it ur self.The shop will cost u $300-350 for parts and labors.
This sounds like a convergence problem. Not sure but, the IC's are STK 392-110 or the last three digits could be 150, 570, ect... These IC's look black and about 3 in x 2in and have 12 to 15 pins. They will be mounted to a heat sink (a piece metal) They will be screwed on or a metal tab clip holding it on. Look on the IC for the numbers, then you can order the right one for your set . Hope this is helpful.
Sounds like a convergence problem. Are you interested in fixing this yourself? If so you will need to know how to solder well and use a meter. I can assist you as much as you need through the process. If you post a picture of what the screen looks like we can know for sure what you have going on. If you call a repairman to fix it he will charge somewhere between $300-$500 to do the repair. Let me know if you need more help!
I have 50" philips magnavox big screen. I recently started to have a problem with the edges of my tv. They became blurry. the center of the tv is clear and the edges are blurry. what should I do to fix this problem.
Your green gun in our tv is misagligned/out of focus. Your tv uses red, green and blue guns that layer in different shades and mix to create the different colors. Your green is a little off so the colors aren't mixing right which explains the green haze and the shadows. A tv repair man can fix this problem pretty easily and it isnt expenisve.