I have a 61 inch projection RCA television and the picture is warped like it is being projected in the inside of a tin can it is concave and I thought the screen was warped but its not. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated thanks.
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Any chance you could send a photo... Too many ideas come to mind from what you've described. Would actually have to see the "warp" in the picture itself to see if it's one or all colors, any boarders and if the bend is actually pulling from top or bottom..
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This set does not use IC's for convergence. Most other brands do use IC's.They use individual transistors in this one and honestly I don't remember ever seeing these go bad. Normally it is the power supply that runs the convergence transistors or more commonly known as the convergence board. It gets pretty technical with this type of problem. Have a repair shop check it out for you and avoid the headache. Thanks
This is a problem with the convergence circuit. If you can solder, you should be able to fix this yourself. Please post the model number as a comment to this and I'll provide you with additional details and instructions.
sounds like your color guns are out of alignment and need adjusting. its a cheap fix with a tv tech but i wouldnt recommend doing it yourself. plus, a visit from a tech can tell you if there is anything else wrong/about to b wrong