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Hi, it sure is fixable and maybe worth it too, you may even be able to judge before spending any money on it, just know the brand, size and model and you can either check on the net for the screen price or call one of the repair services (depends on your location) to get an estimate for the total (screen+labor), if the TV is large then they will set a date and send a Technician to you with the screen and will repair it for you... Some of the well known repair services across the country: Bestbuy, Sears and Walmart(in some ereas) and sure there is a lot more local ones you can find in the yellow pages... best of luck
Hi, This is a convergence problem and you can set it right by changing the STKs. It is a professional job and i have knowledge of people who ruined their tv by spoiling some miniature surface mounted components close by. You may need to look at pico fuses too. I would say seeek professional help if you not comfortable working with electronics. Check out at www.fixurtvs.com,
While not always the cause, this is most often the symptom of either a bad picture tube or horizontal output transformer. The set shuts down because of high voltage getting to places it shouldn't due to the bad part. If the picture tube is faulty, it's uneconomical to repair the TV in any case. If it's the transformer, it might be worth repairing if the set is a large screen. For smaller sets (27 inches and below), a replacement TV may be only a few dollars more than a repair bill. This isn't something you'll be able to fix on your own. If you want to keep the set, let a professional technician diagnose the problem and give an estimate.
It sounds like you are having a problem in the conversion circuit. The outputs IC’s for that circuit have failed and are need of replacement. The average cost is at least $450 on one trip. Call an Authorized Service Dealer for repair and estimate.
The conversion circuit is the circuit that aligns the picture.
Convergence amp ic bad http://home.earthlink.net/~oleg.filippov/ConvergenceFix.htm http://cmpalmer.blogspot.com/2006/11/fixing-my-own-tv-part-ii.html http://www.hdtvoice.com/voice/showthread.php?t=28929 Or send to ptscorp.com
Not unless you have taken the time to learn all the safety issues concerning the HI voltage safety facts, in the repair of electronics? It sounds like your tv has a problem in the sweep/power supply circuits, and since these sets have NO user serviceable parts< its best too leave these types of repairs to a certified electronic technician. Good Luck