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The colors on my screen separate and triple the image I'm seeing.


The tv have an on going convergence problems.Just not total dead convergence effect yet.The tv convergence board require 2 STK convergence ICS,some or all it resistors to be replaced to solved the convergence problems.The shop will cost u $300-350 for parts and labors.

Jul 06, 2010 | Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection...

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Color is separating (red and Green double images


Yes everything is repairable.....
The problem is in the Croma section of the TV
some times it ma happen due to 99% of moisture.........
Try Hot air Blow drying for 1 HR in side the TV i.e on the circute and blow clean if any dust partical are there
and then re check
if the problem prestis....contact the TV repai expert or the service centre....
May the Croma chip needs replacement....
Regards

Sep 20, 2009 | Mitsubishi WD-52525 52" Rear Projection...

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Colors have separated. and top and bottom af pictures are bowed. i have a sony kp-46s55. its about nini years old and it was free. currently the colors are separated and the top and bottom of the pict


nbad convergence ic , this need to be done by a profecional tv tech , because need to check for the pico fuse and resistor around the area

May 08, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Color on TV is off, the red is nowhere to be found


If this set is constructed like most, the drive electronics for the panel are located on the panel itself and not replaceable manually. In most cases, the RGB signals are delivered separately to the final control circuits that choose which pixels get which signal but they could also be separated by those integrated electronics.  

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Colors are separated on the top from the left to right


Probably the color convergence is off. I had a similar problem. Have you tried the magic focus button yet? That is located at left in the small front control panel. Power on TV, wait 20 min (according to user guide), then press the magic focus. If that doesn't fix the problem, you could try the service mode alignment procedure. But that's a little trickier. I don't have a link handy for that procedure right now, but will look for it if magic focus doesn't re-align your color convergence.

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Mitsubishi VS-50605 - Colors separated


You have a convergence problem and need to reset

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Sony 65 Inch Projection TV Color Red Green Separation


Sounds like a convergence issue. Call Sony for an ASC that can come out and give you an estimate. You are probably looking at $200-400 to do the repair.

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Red,blue,and green separating


I think it is a degaussing problem which is due to magneic effect. if you can 1 check any magnetic thing is mot close to tv. 2do not change the direction of tv while watching. 3call tech to degauss it by a coil called degaussing coil. good luck.

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