Question about Samsung HCN5529W 55" Rear Projection Television
It is, in my opinion a bad power supply. Low voltage can cause strange things in picture tube driven projection sets. I am guseeing the ubit uses a trippler for all the tubes from one flyback to supply high voltage to 32kv. Low volts can cause convergence and bluring of images due to beam current strength.
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
Your problem could be a bad focus pack, a bad convergence board or a problem in the power supply board. If you know how to read a schematic diagram, I suggest that, that is the first thing you should invest in. If you do not understand how to service solid state circuit boards, read a schematic, or use a multimeter, my best advice to you would be to call in a servicer for Samsung, as there is a lot of high voltage inside these puppies even when you unplug them. This is not a place to be experiementing around inside of. Good Luck with this repair.
Posted on Jun 09, 2007
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