Picture shows up blurred with lines thru it. Often times it will go to one picture and another picture just above it that is different colors from the top picture then the bottom picture? Is this a problem that can be resolved at home?
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Re: 60" Ultravision picture problems
HMMMM Dual pictures This is a problem that every projection TV runs into at least once or twice in its lifetime. Its the old convergence IC falure thingy. These IC's go bad and should be replace all at once. These are not consumer replaceable unless you have had training in the electronics or TV repair fields. Please call out a pro to assist you with this repair as A TV is not the place to experiment in because of the HI voltage and saftey issues. Good Luck
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Its a Dlp that uses a lamp---the yellow cast suggests a damaged Optical light Engine----Google the model number with problems and you may learn more---if the engine is bad it may not be cost effective to repair the set.
Could be a loose connection on the printed circuit board in the Vertical deflection circuit.
You would have to have a qualified technician to repair this problem.
A intermittent connection in the circuit described can cause a horizonal line across the screen.
You have to be careful and not leave the TV on for a period of time with a bright line, as it can actually burn a line on the CRT screens, which is permanent.
1. A Cold solder in the Video Output stage power supply.
2. A bad Electrolytic Capacitor in the above Video Output stage.
I generally do not waste time in attempting to locate faulty capacitors. There will be only 6-8 pf them in the above stage / section,m and the klot of them would collectivelyt not cost more than 3-4 $ equivalent, in india. Just blindly replace the lot, and the set is ready in 30 mins.
Dunno how much they will cost in your country. Try to look for a 100mfd, 160V Capacitor. Close your eyes and replace. generally does the trick.