I've been very busy lately as I haven't even had time to post here. Would you be able to help troubleshoot a problem with their projection tv? If so, please give me your email address so I can forward the problem on to them or I will see if they can contact you on here but he has pictures and a schematic so email would be best. I would appreciate this very much. thanks
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Initially, let us try a simple one; flick/snap with your finger nails any and all of the buttons on the front control panel of the TV unit. The ides is to unstuck any of the buttons. They maybe in a pressed position. Incidentally, any sudden change in the weather/temperature? Any rain lately? Condensation, dampness, humidity maybe playing with the rubber pads of the controls or with the electronics inside.
Alternately, you can try the hard reset; unplug from the mains for an extended period of time, say an hour or more.
Should none be corrective, pls post back the exact model number.
Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.
You need to replace both convergence ICs. They are STK392-110 they are located on the g Board on big heat sinks designated as IC809 and IC810. You can get new replacement ICs at the following link and they provide free unstalation instructions with pictures plus free on line tech support. here is the link. If you cant access the site right away try again cause they get super busy in the evening with customers placing orders. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
This is a problem with the AKB circuit. Are you comfortable working with TV circuits? Can you solder? If so, please update this and I'll look up the most likely parts late today and post them for you.