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Pictue problem Of all of sudden my Tv stopped working correctly. When you look at the picture(no matter in tv mode, dvd, in menu's, etc..) it looks like you are drunk. The picture has a wavy look and the colors are distorted. You can watch it f you really want, but it really llok like the top and bottom 40% are distorted and that small middle section look normal. Anyone have any ideas of what can be wrong???? thanks for your help!!!

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  • Kevin bed Jul 08, 2007

    1 additional note- it seems to be the red colors that are the issue. When the Direct tv screen saver comes on and its all blue, the screen saver looks normal.

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One of your convergence output IC's has burnt out and needs to be replaced. When the IC that handles the Red Vertical (RV) channel goes bad then a small low-value resistor usually burns out with it and the red color will sag inwards at the top and bottom. If you have no experience in repairing and realigning convergence circuits then allow a qualified tech to handle it for you.

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