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Hitachi 50UX10B rear projection TV

Picture rolls and bends vertically and bends horizontally. Very unstable.

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  • eledttech Aug 25, 2008

    Re: Hitachi Projection Tv - Model 50UX10B.



    Additional question for Big Irish - 1X04, is it located on the PIP Module (HC3031? It is not shown on the schematic diagram.

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Good Day, eledttech;
Symptom: NO SYNC ON MAIN PICTURE PIP OK
Cause: IX04.
Good Luck, big IRISH.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

  • MICHAEL MULLINS Aug 25, 2008

    Good Day,

    Does not your TV use the 3-Line Comb Filter HC3020 or HC3023? If it does replace with Part Number 2375235

    (HC3023-B), and also change R3094 820 ohm to 100 ohm 1/16 Watt. It's almost directly behind M301 Board (HC) about 2 inches, and check C325. This would be the best way to approach this repair.

    Good Luck, big IRISH.

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