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Mitsubichi Hi, read your problem about the concave and when you hit the side it fixes it for a while...how did you fix it? I'm out of work thus no $$ for a service call. Can you help? Thanks..Hendrika

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Good Day, out of work;

You have poor connection on the convergence output IC's. It is not a easy chore to do, unless one is experienced solder. Call an authorized factory service center. The cost should not cost over $350.00 ( depends on area).

If you do not repair now, you will experience further problems and then the repairs will be more costly. DO NOW or PAY later.

Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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