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Perfect "FOCUS" is a misnomer.Convergence is the real issue.Enter servicer mode--perform accurate convergence alignment procedure--activate perfect focus as last step to 100% alignment.If you have a High-Definition source,check procedure for that. This is great advice, but, how do I perform all of these steps on my remote? I have a Samsung HCN5527W. Thanks again for your help.

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Use a site like servicemanuals.com and get the service literature for your make/model.Do NOT perform factory reset procedure-that is reserved for when certain parts are changed.You will need the access sequence,adjust info and add to memory step for servicer convergence.Keep in mind--you may have defective convergence IC's.If so,you will have difficulty w/alignment.Use OEM or better IC's no generics!! They won't hold up.

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Your convergence has failed and needs to be repaired. Once quick test is to goto your convergence menu and see if you can adjust red and blue. If not its has failed and needs to be fixed. You can call in a repair shop or you can get the parts and instructions from www.TvRepairKits.com and do the repair yourself. Its a fairly easy DIY fix.
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You have a bad sensor, a bad digital convergence board, or the new board is not working correctly. I would start by swaping out the convergence board or exchange it for another one. Good Luck

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you will need a service tech to alien the convergence in the service mode then perform the perfect focus in the service mode to lock this setting in memory.

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Sounds like the digital convergence controls is possibly the item giving you the problem, if you have already changed the convergence board. You can get a used digital convergence board at the following link, just leave them a email and state your model number and what your needing.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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Convergence Problem


Perfect focus in these sets are dependant on factory or service mode calabration. once the unit is calabrated then those setings are stored to be the basis for perfect focus. The fact that you can manual converge the set is a good thing. probaly nothing phycially wrong with your set. However. what is needed is to get a qualified tech to look at your set and to calabrate the convergence.

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My samsung projection tv #pcl5415r don't want to perform perfect focus adjustments


perfect focus functions are based on service mode setup...or factory settings. if the alignment of these setting are loss then the unit wont perfect focus. does the unit have a complete loss of convergence. a complete loss of convergence indicate possible failure of convergence amps.

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Check any/ all pico fuses in power supply. PVAT! Look for evidence of CRT coolant leak. Since Perfect Focus is a function of convergence,you might consider replacing convergence IC's,then perform alignment in servicer mode,then finish w/Perfect Focus.

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Perfect Focus


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