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I have read on this site about a problem which I am having. My convergence is out on my Pioneer Elite Pro-100 TV. I was wondering if anyone could tell me the part number to replace the part and the exact location for it so I can do it myself. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Wes

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  • Bill Fletcher Mar 22, 2012

    I know this was five years ago and the point is probably moot, but If you're talking about red-blue-green images not aligned, this tv has a menu option for adjusting the color convergence. Very handy considering it gets out of whack regularly.

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Convergence can not go all a suddenly it might be due to magnetic affact.if it is so remove it very near to tv or you must have tilted tv due to some reason. if it is due to ckt near e/w correction.

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