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Re: I have a Philips 9P5544C102
You are experiencing a convergence output
The crosses will not move until the conv..
chips are replaced with original parts.
There are also some yoke return resistors
that have opened due to the chips flaking out.
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Hi, There should be a convergence adjustment on this set. It will have a "cross hair" type pattern You adjust the beams so that the cross hairs turn white. I believe Green is not adjustable intentionally. The procedure is to adjust the vertical Red line until it alligns with the Green line. Then adjust the vertical Blue line until it lines up with the Red and Green. The line should turn White. Repeat the procedure for the horizontal lines. When you return to regular viewing mode the double images should be greatly reduced or eliminated.. Hope I've helped you, Best Regards, Mark
They have to be on top of each other, converging perfectly. If you are unable to align them - you have convergence issue. Two convergence IC's have to be replaced inside of your TV. I would strongly recommend to let it do by professional technician. regards. Russ.
Do a static convergence on your set. You should be able to go into the main menu and scroll down to picture and press select. Then go to convergence and press select. A white cross will appear use on screen direction to line up all the colour crosses behind thie white cross untill they all appear white. Then press continue and you will see several white crosses do the same for each one of these crosses. this should solve your problem. If not u have some bad convergence chips
I had same problem. First went in tomenu and went to set up settings and went to convergence area. I then reset this back to default, which I later was told I should have not done so do not attempt this it will temporarily fix issue but problem will persisit.
I found a local tv repair man thru tvrepairguy.com or something like that as they are hard to find.
The issue turned out to be the convergence boards or circuits, He then went in to master control and rset the convergence settings for the main picture by lining up the red and blue lines on to a white cross on the screen until it is black and white with no red or blue protruding vertically or laterally. He then did this for 7 points around center picture moving the lines. He suggests you play with this for awhile in a position you would normally sit in and at proper eye level to give you the truest picture for alignment. The part cost 109 to replace with labor and service total was 331. The repairman was very nice and explained the issue should be fixed and we should get another 6 to 7 years out of television.
Hope this helps,
This denotes a problem called blooming the horizontal lines you see are called retrace lines this is caused by the increase in anode voltage which could be caused by an increase in HV section current which trips the overcurrent protection dircuit and turns the TV off.If you do not have electronics experience I would suggest taking the set to a TV repair shop.