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Jvc av-65wp74 I recently lost all red coloring, It comes and goes at times but is mostly not there.

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My jvc model# av-65wp74 the screen is bowed and the colors will not match up.i have put in two new convergence chips still no luck.


did you check the low ohm resistors. A JVC will almost always blow at least one and if the ICs are replaced without replacing the resistors the new ICs will fail instantly

Feb 26, 2011 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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I have a JVC HDTV model AV-65WP74, i had my tv on overnight, woke up this morning i found the colors on the tv kind of funny and the tv is also showing double images. Please help. What to do?


The convergence ICs have failed. You can get the JVC AV48WP74 - AV65WP74 convergence repair kit from www.tvrepairworld.com which has the ICs and resistors plus the CD with detailed repair instructions.

Nov 08, 2010 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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My tv the JVC AV-65WP74 the tv works its just the colors are split in half one is blue and other red like if it was 3d tv


hi, needs convergence ic`s replaced, possibly a couple of precision resistors, it needs a tech, this is not an easy job for a non tech, here in central fl. it runs $256, hope this helps, video-tek

Jun 04, 2009 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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JVC AV-65WP74 convergence problem colors won't line up


did you replace the convergence feed resistors? If not they could be out of tolerance or one may have opened which would cause that symptom

Mar 27, 2009 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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JVC AV-65WP74


Hi, sounds like your convergence IC`s have failed if one of the colors doesn`t adjust either up/down
or left/right. If you have soldering equipment and are very proficient at soldering you can replace them. if not you definitely need to call a tv tech, if you need more info ask away, video-tek

Jan 26, 2009 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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STK392-110 ICs


Yes youre two stk392-110 Ics need to be replaced. You can get replacement ICs at the following link and they provide free instructions with pictures and also have free instant messageing with a tech online to help talk you through the repair. Its an easy inexspensive repair less tahn 40 dollars for both the new Ics and instructions and the tech support are free heres the link.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

May 28, 2008 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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Lost the red


Sounds like the red CRT is going out. You can that the fluid replaced in it.

Jan 27, 2008 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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JVC I'Art. 65" projection TV. AV-65WP74 green screen sages real low.


you have bad convergence ic and or resistors
this repair usually requires a repair tech

Nov 12, 2007 | JVC AV-56WP30 56" Rear Projection...

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Red Convergence on JVC AV- 65WP74


PCB's when available,are expensive.Replace convergence IC(s),

re-adjust and you are good to go!

Oct 12, 2007 | JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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