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Re: MITSUBISHI 65" WIDESCREEN MODEL WS 65809 (GREEN GONE,...
In the front cover turn up screens on all colors till you see retrace lines, then back them down to where dissappear. enless you know the correct voltage to set it. as for the green. i would try the red crt on the green and see if it looks ok. if so then replace crt circuit or check transistors on crt circuit may also need to change the driver on the heat sync.
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you're probably used to watch tv with le closed captioned on. On big sceen tvs, the closed captioned text will burn the 3 crts (green, red and blue) it is written on the first page of your owner manual and there is nothing to do to fix it. it would very costly. sorry
On most units, the Green is constant and the Red and Blue are adjustable. Here are 2 links on how to manually adjust the convergence. There is a menu option using the remote control. Once there, you will find step by step procedure on how to adjust the convergence. Hope this helps answer your question. All the best!
you need to get the stk chips replaced. i had it done with mine, it cost me 411 dollars for a tech to come do it. it worked fine for about 4 months now, and my red color is gone. mitsubishi sucks, sorry : (
You need to replace both convergence ICs Number STK392-570 If your model number is a WS-65809 you can get new replacement ICs at the following link and they provide instalation instruction with pics as well as free on line tech support so you can do the repair yourself. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/