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I HAVE A PHILIP PROJECTION MODEL 60P8341A, THE CONERGENCY IS OFF MAINLY THE RED VERTICAL BOTTOM IS BEND,WE CHANGE THE 2 IC'S AND THE PROBLEM IS STILL THERE,CAN YOU HELP. THANK YOU

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Did you check and replace any of the 6.8 ohm resistors? A phillips will almost always blow at least one of the resistors when the ICs fail. If the blown resistor isnt replaced the new ICs will fail almost instantly.

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