Question about Pioneer PRO-200 60" Rear Projection Television
I have a power problem with my pioneer elite pro 118 cutting off, and no picture when turning on. It pretty much works when it wants to :-(
Also my picture convergence is wayyyyyyyy out of whack. I can not align the center and the lower outer points. When the tv set is operating the picture is curved at the bottom of the sreen. Are these problems fixable by myself and if not is it worth the cost to have repaired? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
If the tv is more than 10 years old no its not worth replacing the power supply.if its 5 years or newer yes it owuld be worth the money
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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