20 Most Recent Hitachi 60FX32B 60" Rear Projection Television Questions & Answers


Sounds like it is getting to hot
Check how hot it is after one hour then check it after the image goes egg see if it is getting hotter.
Also make shore nothing is blocking the air vents.
Could also be a fuse on its way out.
Regards Craig

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Feb 13, 2018


Either under the front long cover--or on the left side. Most HIt LCD projos use a P22H 120 watt bulb, get a phillips bulb and you will be happy. Ebay sells these all over the place.

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on May 08, 2014


We had it fixed by an expert, replaced two STK 4274 Resistors, only cost $300.00, works great now.

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on May 01, 2012


model listed uses picture tubes and has no bulbs..what is problem and confirm model number please

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Apr 08, 2012


If not a convergence issue: each tube (back of set) has a large black lens with a wing nut on side----loosen nut and rotate lens slowly until red is in focus.

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Feb 19, 2012


Yes.
The fix is to replace the two Convergence IC's( STK392-110's) with STK392-150's. They are located to the right side of the chassis and mounted to large heat sinks. Be also on the look out for some burnt resisters and or discolored resistors that failed becuase of the IC's failing. These would be located just to the left of the heat sinks. If they are burnt or severly discolored, you will need to replace them with the exact valued resistors. In this high current circuit it is a must.
I hope this helps,
Skyassoc

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Jan 07, 2010


you can download your schematic that will tell you resistor values and the rest of the circuits and IC indentifications as well as test procedures and more , this is a ten part zip that can be opened with winzip and read with adobe just click here http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/12926/Hitachi_50FX30B.html
then to order resistors you can get them here http://www.nteinc.com/
or look for an electronic parts supply store around you , but alot of the time they too have to order the parts, ecspecially certain valued resistors or other special valued parts
if you need more help just ask !

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Dec 28, 2008


The two other fuses look like resisters. My suggestion would be to check them first and if bad use a temp of the same rating to see if it was just a power surge.

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Apr 17, 2008


Remove rear cardboard cover....can you see tops of red / green /
blue tubes ? Clean lens' with soft , dry cloth......Do you smoke ?
If not , replace back. Picture should now be clearer but not
necessarily brighter.......Next, remove front speaker grill and find
the RGB focus / screen adjust block....turn RGB screen controls
SLIGHTLY clockwise to achieve more brightness....not too much
or you will have retrace lines in background of picture.......Let me know after these steps are done........T.

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Mar 03, 2008


Replace vertical output IC and check soldered in pico fuses...T.

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Mar 02, 2008


When you turn on the TV do you hear 3 clicking noises then the TV turns off?

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Jan 13, 2008


I hope thats a typo and you meant 2 (two) inches on the left side. Have you opened the small door on the front and hit the "magic focus" button yet? NOTE: be sure to turn on the set and let it run constantly for 20 minutes before pushing the magic focus button, once it starts do not push any buttons it will go through all 3 colors and stop on it`s own when it`s completed, if you don`t have bad IC`s this will fix your problem, good luck

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Nov 27, 2007


Replace vertical output IC with first quality part,check caps
in vertical power supply......If you don't have access to parts,
then solder pins of IC,should hold for awhile.
If you need further assistance, let me know.....T.

Hitachi 60FX32B... | Answered on Oct 26, 2007


I am guessing it's an old(ish) TV. As a plasma the chances are that it is on it's way out.

Please Try new cables (HDMI etc)

Hitachi... | Answered on Sep 29, 2020

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