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Possibly convervence pincushion

I was constantly correcting the focus and eventually, the blue went into a pincushion effect and I'm not shure what teh problem is. It is too out of alignment for the convergence to fix. Does anybody have a solution to this problem? Any info would help.

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Replace both of the convergence IC's and you will be ok then.

Posted on Sep 19, 2006

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