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Put in new PCB SUB to fix convergence (fixed)
But Red CRT is now dim (all connections checked)
Screen controls are located directly on each CRT board, NOT the Focus block. (Focus controls work)
Screen control wire from PCB SUB directly goes to Red CRT first, then Green and Blue complete the series.
Tried to adjust the Red CRT screen control dial so red is not dim. (No response).
Green and Blue CRT are fine in brightness, but their screen controls do not work also, probably becuase they are in series with Red.
MY QUESTION: How do I diagnose, why the screen controls do not work. I need increase the Red, so it is not so dim. Or do I have other problems. Someone mentioned to me the 220V line....
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Re: Red CRT is dim....
Yes I did. You will need to get a service manual for this TV set to trace the voltage coming from the sweep power supply. If this is a problem that is new after you replaced the convergenbce4 board, you for sure have a broken wire or connection somewhere in the set. Have seen this happen may many times after a novice repairs a TV set. Good Luck
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1 read the manual,2 look under convergance,3 follow the instructions.if you can not do 1,2 or
find a hetrosexualman that can read and make him dinner.If you do not have a manual look up the manufacture and you will be able to down load one for free.
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A man with your experience won't need photos.
1)locate center PCB--has large heat sink--
2)using a hook tool,gently lift board edge connectors.Go slow,be gentle.
3)remove all connectors to center board (unplug)
Don't worry about getting them mixed up--we
have a saying--they are idiot proof.
4)remove all center board hold-down screws,includes two in sister board shield and
three difficult to access in large heat sink shield.
5)gently lift PCB up and to the right while
releasing hold-down plastic tabs on the front e of PCB.Replace STK IC's.Throw it in reverse-done
It is a good possibility you damaged something on that PCB that had the IC's, I like to use an upgraded chip the STK394-160e that is designed for HD signal stresses. I dont know why they ordered the convergence board but I suspect it would have been ok, there are also 2 jumpers that need soldering JW10 and JW50 that supply power to the chips and they REQUIRE resoldering or it will fail again. Might try reseating the RED CRT board, check for cables that you may have unhooked to see if they are not seated in their sockets properly, double check every wire you unhooked, Make sure you used a Silicone Heatsink Compound on to the back of the IC's. I dont know what all you unhooked, but check the wires going between the CRT Boards. Check for cracks in the boards to make sure they werent flexed to much. Good Luck.