We just moved a Philips 60" hdtv prjection down three flights of stairs and up three flights of stairs. Prior to this the television was not turned on for at least 2 weeks. When we turned it on, we noticed a yellow discoloration on the edges of the television. Any ideas on what this could be and how to fix it? we do not have the remote to make adjustments until it comes in the mail. Thanks!
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It is called Ethylene Glycol (PTV Coolant is what you ask for) . I don't believe radio shack has it, you can try, however, all Electronics Parts Suppliers will have it. If your going to do all three tubes then get 3 - 16oz bottles.
you need the phillips DPTV305 - DPTV345 convergence repair kit which is available at the following link which includes step by step instructions on how to do the repair yourself. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
If the double images are located at the bottom on one side, you might have cracked the mirror inside the set and it has been displaced making the picture in that area bad (especially if the rest of the picture is OK)
well the short answer is : Check the sides of the set see if there is a crack in the middle where you could separate them Long answer: i would not recommend it even if it does, the screens are sensitive and could get dust inside the screen. Never taken one apart that far. i suspect most tech don't because of the problems aligning and dust ect.. trying to get it back together.