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Color will not adjust on projection tv

I have a phillip manavox projection tv that is a friend of mine, it was made in the year 2000.i do not have the model no# on hand. the problem is that i try to adjust the color in the television, but the color will always adjust to the extreme. i can never get the red out of it. it has red ghosts in most of the channels, and some just be blurry. i can never seem to get the color crisp. i also have tried to use the menu and try to get the color right but it seems that none of the items work. the tint, brightness,color or any of the items seem to work well. they work a little but not much. when i adjust the color from the back it seems to be too much darkness or whiteness. also what are the top row of turn knobs for. i know that the bottom three are for red blue and green color but what are the top three for.

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  • vljenterpriz Aug 13, 2008

    i will be doing the job myself. i know how to solder. the md# is9p5034c102

  • vljenterpriz Aug 15, 2008

    i have paid dan and gave him follow up information but i have not been given any finished information on where to look for or what to do with the convergence chip.

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From the sounds of it, you have a convergence problem. This can be fixed in the home without too much trouble if you feel you are comfortable with soldering. Can you please post the mdoel number? That way I can provide you with the parts that will need attention. Also please indicate whether or not you wish to attempt this repair yourself. With this additional information I can either guide you through the repair or give you a ballpark cost for the repair.

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Dan

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