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check the ff. parts distributor if they have it PARTS DISTRIBUTORS
Compass Micro, Inc. ( compassmicro.com )
National Parts Depot ( nationalparts.com )
Vance Baldwin ( vancebaldwin.com )
This may help, the part # is 56sc-001a-m2. Unfortunantly you cannot order just the front screen. It only comes as a set of screens, (lenticular and Fresnal). vance baldwin shows it for $400.00. Hope this helps.
I just removed both of my 110 IC's and replaced them with 150's. However in the process of removing the solder from the old board, I may have damaged the pads/vias where the pins make contact. Be careful of this when removing solder. I also blew 5 resistors after plugging in the new IC's.
hi there, i had the exact same problem as you and this is how we solved it.
Instead of replacing the convergence IC's as suggested above, which requires soldering and de-soldering, which could damage your board (this happeend to us).
Order online part # SSB-5068A. This is the ENTIRE convergence board with new IC's. Cost you about $140 (from vance baldwin.com) but is a lot less hassle than you trying to soldering/desoldering parts.
Only thing is, next to the 2 large heat sinks, there is this large silver component that you need to unscrew from your old board, and unplug and attach to your new board.
We tok the new board..hooked up all the wires..and voila, no more convergence issues.