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Lost color sync

My TV has just recently been loosing color sync and I get the rotating color bars. I took a color TV repair course years ago and know that the sync oscillator probably needs to be adjusted to bring the color back in sync. Do you agree? If I am right where is the adjustment. Is it an adjustment that can be made through the menus or is it a physical adjustment inside. In either case where? If I am wrong then what do I need to do? By the way I have noticed that the color sync in the picture in picture is fine, just the larger screen is messed up. Thanks in advance.

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Sounds like you have a convergence problem. replace the 2 convergence chips STK 390-110.

Posted on Feb 09, 2007

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