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Mitsubishi big screen model VS 60601 convergence adjustment

Comvergence needs to be aligned .

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    I am able to tune in my convergence horizontally in the menu settings, but not vertically.

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You need new convergence ICs. If you can respond to this same post and verify the model number of your mitsubishi, I wll post the correct ICs that your model needs.

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