The issue is the picture is rotated clockwise slightly. When a scrolling ticker message is moving across the screen, you can only see the message on one side of the screen. Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: picture is slightly rotated clockwise
HHHmmm Thats a weird one?? Have you moved or transported the set lately?? As it always been like this or did the problem just spring up?. Im thinking it was assembled with the yolks or the picture tube mount not level so when you lost a little bit of vertical height it shows up alot more then if the scan was correct. If it just happens after a move of some sort then the crt mount might have bent to one side a bit to cause all three tubes to move at once, cause if it wasent all three tubes you would have differant colors over the screen outlining every straight edge. Theres a little control on the sweep pcb called vert ht. Try if your brave to adjust the pic out alittle to pull the pic and make it larger BUT I will warn you if your not a tech and know electronics you could get a bad shock from the inside of this set as the set has to be on to make this adj. Also you could slip a little and thats all it will take to cause more damage then an alighnment so maybe you should inquire what a service charge will cost ya and make sure the repair person trys to adjust the vertical height before selling you a repair job as alot of techs will say its not normal for a set to lose vertical Height without a part going bad but thats not true as capacitors will sometims change value a little and throw off the height. Good Luck
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Another possibility is that the two prongs that couple the motor in the base with the rotor in the baking pan can slightly bend when kneading heavy breads. This slant can create a force that pushes the pan upward while kneading. This is the same principle as rotating a vertically mounted screw causes it moving up or down. A simple solution is to use pliers to slightly bend the prongs in the direction of rotation to make them exactly perpendicular to the rotation plane. The prongs should be visible when the baking pan is removed. There is a well in the center of the base and inside that well there is an S shaped blade mounted on the spindle of the motor, which the ends of the S bent at 90 degrees upward. Those two ends push the two arms of the rotor in the baking pan. You should first determine the direction of the rotation by starting the machine (it is clockwise in my machine), and then grab each upward end of the S-blade with pliers and bend it slightly in the SAME direction as the assembly rotates.
The yoke needs to be turned slightly and the picture will move in the same direction as you rotate the Yoke. (located on the neck of the Picture Tube) Just loosen the screw on the yokes clamp slightly then carefully touch only plastic edge of the yoke and turn it slightly while an assistance watches the picture be careful not to slide the yoke up hugher or lower on the neck. It has to saty at the same spot but just rotated slightly.The pic below shows the yoke with yellow arraows. Do not disturb the purity rings (RED ARROW) or it will cause blotches in the picture so its very important not to disturb the item with red arrow.
Shouldn't have a timing belt it will most likely have a timing chain, grab a hold of the alternator fan fins (with the engine off of course) and try to rotate the pully clockwise and counter clockwise. You should have no play if the timing chain is tight. If the pulley moves slightly the timing chain has play in it. If the chain is really loose it will be rattling.
For Invicta chronographs to set the day you need to pull the crown out to position 3 (2nd click after releasing the crown/ furthest crown position/ same position to adjust time). You can only set the day by rotating the crown clockwise. Every 24 hours of clockwise rotation will move the day indicator forward 1 position (Mon>Tue, Tue>Wed, etc). If your watch is set one day ahead of the correct day (Its Tuesday but the watch displays Wednesday for example) you will need to rotate the crown clockwise through the entire remainder of the week in order to get to the correct day, you CANNOT rotate the crown counter-clockwise in order to move the indicator back a day.
All of the blades "lock" (rest in a groove) when rotated clockwise. This is so they'll stay put when in operation. When you take the bowl out with a blade in, you're moving the pair in a clockwise direction. So, you lock the blade in, thus locking the bowl down. Either remove the blade first by rotating it counter clockwise, then up or move the blade back 1/10th of a turn after rotating the bowl as far as it will go clockwise.
Found this on another site (fixed4free.com) posted by Dave in Jan 2009:
This is one of those things where a picture would be worth a thousand words, but as I can't put pictures on this site, the words will have to do! - Turn the orange cog anti-clockwise as far as it will go, (putting the nozzle to direct the water to the conditioner drawer) - Look closely at the orange cog and you'll see that the last-but-one tooth at each end of the row is shorter than the rest. Looking from above and standing at the front of the machine, I call the rightmost tooth on this cog number 1, the short tooth number 2 etc. (my cog has 17 teeth) - Position the white cog so that (looking from above) the leftmost tooth on the top (incomplete) row of this cog is between teeth 2 and 3 of the orange cog. This should be such that if the white cog rotates anti-clockwise it will turn the orange cog. Now the difficult bit: - The shaft that the yellow cog fits on has four vertical 'webs' running down it. Look closely and you'll see that one of these is bigger than the other three. As you would expect, if you look carefully at the centre of the yellow cog it has three small slots and one bigger one spaced around the hole. - This shaft can be VERY CAREFULLY rotated if you pull it gently upwards against it's spring and wiggle it while twisting it. NEVER force it, the cogs underneath are VERY fragile. If it won't turn, just let go, and try again. - Look again at the white cog, and you'll see that two of the teeth on the lower (complete) set of teeth have no slot between them, they make a tooth that is 'double width'. - Look at the yellow cog and you'll see that it has a 'double width' slot on it's lower row. - The challenge is to rotate the yellow cog's shaft so that you can fit the yellow cog on it, aligning the double-width slot on the yellow cog with the big tooth on the white cog. This is just a case of trial and error, but is the key to getting everything back together.
COMPLICATED BIT OF EXPLANATION!! The yellow cog only ever turns clockwise and the white cog is a clever bit of engineering allowing AEG to move the nozzle (orange cog) backwards and forwards across the five positions. The yellow cog turns the orange cog anti-clockwise until it runs out of teeth, then the white cog turns the orange cog the other way. After a full rotation of the yellow cog, the orange one has moved clockwise to the stain-treatment position and the by-pass beyond, then anti-clockwise back to the conditioner position.
You need new convergence ICs two of them numbers STK392-110 they are available at the following link and they provide free installation instructions with pictures as well as free online tech support while you do the repair which takes about an hour. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
if the problem as atated only needs rotation, then your need to turn the yolk on the blue tube. you will have to slightly loosen the screw that hold the yolk. rutate it the proper way to get it aligned with the other colors. retighten the screw, but do not over tighten, you do not want to break the tube. ALSO make sure that you do not move the yolk UP or DOWN. if so the blue picture will be resized. down the picture goes smaller, up the picture gets bigger.