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Re: color is not good around outer edges of picture
When the colors are off around the edges on a regular picture tube TV, it usually means that the degaussing thermistor's solder joints have cracked loose. Another possible cause is that a strong magnet, such as in a stereo speaker, was brought very close to the picture tube and has magnetized the tube. Resoldering the solder joints on the degaussing thermistor and demagnetizing the picture tube should put the color back to normal.
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ex to do, lower window, remove screws around door handle and arm rest the panel is held on with plastic clips around the outer edge they pull straight out using a flat door handle removal tool works well
What you have , sorry to say is burnt CRT's this is caused by watching tv in the 4.3 mode , which shrinks the pic on both sides. so now the phosferous on each crt is only use in the center, that leaves the outer edges fresh and as new
There is no way to fix thin outher than replacing the crts sorry
you dont remove inner door skin you remove outer,
screws along both edges will allow outer door panel removal and the rest around the console will allow that to be detached showing the door latch in all its glory.
This is a convergence problem and is usually either bad connections at the convergence ICs or defective ICs. If you can solder, you can fix this yourself. Locate the convergence ICs (large black Ics attached to a heat sink and marked STKxxx). Resolder the pins first. If that fails to resolve the problem replace the ICs.