I woke up sunday morning to watch the games, and noticed that at the top left corner of the big screen the letters or figures that were on the tv would have a red warped see through shadow beneath it. At first I figured a magnet might've played a part in it, but my friend told me that the "red gun" was not aligned. I don't know anything about that myself, but is this something I can fix or do I need a tech to come in my home and fix it, and how much does it run?
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Re: JVC AV-56WP30 red "shadow"
The problem called Convergence problem.
Unfortunately, some sets have manual convergence boards - which means you can do nothing but replace it and adjust the manual controls on the board itself.
But some of the newer ones (Maybe yours) can be accessed through a service mode. So, give it a try and look for a service mode in your set...
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Ur tv have a problems known as a convergence problems,it dead.The tv have colors lines R,B,G mis alignments,have colors shadows pictures or 3D picture look alike?The tv convergence board it is dead.The tv convergence board,must require repalcing 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all of it resistors too.The tv convergence board is fix,will solved ur tv picture convergence problems.The shop,will cost u like $300-350 for parts and labors.
U have convergence board issues. Sometimes over time the solder joints on the board go bad or develop minute breaks. U might try removing the board and resoldering every thing you can get it. U can also consider baking the board in an oven at around 270 degrees for about 8 minutes to melt all of the connections on the bottom of board.
Then remove, allow to cool, cross your fingers and see what happens.
The convergence ICs need to be replaced. I can post a link where to get replacement ICs along with free step by step instructions so you can do the repair yourself. Its an easy ,common repair , however a shop will be around 300 to 400
What you are discribing is a condition call power supply overcurrent shutdown the TV is going into a protection mode to prevent further circuit damage you really to call in a tech with JVC projection TV repair skills to fix this problem for you