No matter what I do with the convergence my picture is cutting graphics either on the top or the bottom or even the sides of the screen. I tried every aspect ratio and failed. For example, any bottomline wheather its news or espn, I cannot read the scroll entirely. If I were to bring the picture up a little, then I cut the graphics on the top. If I were to move the picture to the left, then it becomes tilted. Every other TV in my home doesnt have this problem. This is a Panasonic 47" Rear Projection TV. Can anyone help. Thank you.
First, have you made any adjustments to the tv other than from the setup menu? If not I have the service manuals for the tv in pdf files and would be glad to send them to you. Let me know I have the same tv and corrected the same problem.
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its due to the faulty convergence. the stk convergence ic on the main board which controls the picture alignment is faulty and needs to be replaced to solve this problem.any tv technician will do it for you at a very negligible cost. nothing to worry.thanks.
The warped, too large picture is the same problem, the TV has a convergence problem. ln today's electronics the first thing that should be done on any electronic device is to, reset, unplug TV from the a/c outlet for at least 4-5 minutes then plug back in. If no fix; Your TV has a circuit problem. RCA has three common problems that could cause this condition; the most common is a fuse near the fly-back, IH-VT, the convergence power board or the signal board.
Always, call a factory authorized service dealer if you are not familiar with repairing electronic equipment that contain HIGH VOLTAGE, just for your own safety.
Hi, you only have a setting problem.
Go to "Click START, Control Panel,Then click "DISPLAY" When this window opens click settings on top RHS of window. Click "ADVANCED"
At the top of this window there will be a dialog box with a setting in it and a drop down to choose another setting. select a setting lower than the one already showing. This will fix your problem.