Khirul Azlan: sir you work magic here I admire your work piece, can I know is it the
Convergence IC Chips has to be the same or is it different for each model
like one I had Panasonic TX-43P15H? I bought this for 4 years and I lost
the remote and the manual book hope you can assist me as this is gonna be
my 3rd project TQ again sir for sharing to quality knowledge :)
anda cagar: great video
Timothy Thompson: That was great very detailed unlike the D-BAG with music and no info great
job guy very helpful i'm going to give it a go with my Hitachi today thank
u very much brother.
Kayla Carlin: You have a bad cap that i see there
esteban guerre: you are amazing
Phil Miller: I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
T.C. Gore: Always check for solder cracks on the convergence chip pins first. My
Hitachi had severe bowing and 3D effect. Found 14 of 16 pins cracked on one
chip. Resoldered pins, and BOOM, factory perfect picture. Pins get stressed
as set heats up and cools down.
elevatrguy: i bought them on e-bay here is the listing number of what i bought
josesilloish: Hello i need help with a hitachi supervision soonest i turnd it on that
screen turns green please i need to know if i have to change those cheps
Kurt Andrews: More information would be helpful. Is the blue and red still on the screen?
Or is there just green? Is the green just warped or is it cloudy?
eltroquero293657: thanks very helpful
Oscar Roman: Which pico fuses did u also replaced
doug gaidos: my tv is a 65xwx20b.my red is all messed up what chip do i need to
replace?should i do both at same time.is 200435749930 the right chips,thanx
elevatrguy: @50316oscar it looked like the colors were off. as if i was looking at a 3D
movie without the glasses on
youngmillbr: I just got 43in hd projection tv from a friend of the family the red
convergence chip needs to be changed out I really feel that after watching
your video i can get in there and do this i have a lil bit of soldering
experience. thanks for posting this ima get over my fear of getting the
hell shocked outta me and get the parts i need to do this thanks again
elevatrguy: I Didn't have any pico fuses blown so none were changed
ecollier2012: Ebay chips are usually clones/fakes and will not last. Only use genuine
Sanyo convergence chips when doing repairs on projection TV sets. You can
get parts and detailed repair instructions from sites like Tv Repair Kits .
albertoa1324: U should help me with mind tv.
lorenzob54: where can u buy the convergence chips?...great video
jcbrbnsn95: where did you find the replacements chips??
Kurt Andrews: I watched this video before I started in on my 65SWX20B. The red was warped
in bad at the top left and bottom right. I bought the TV for 50$ from
someone that didn't want to pay someone to fix it so I did some research
and now it is crystal clear. So now I have a 65" RPTV and only paid about
100$ and a couple burns on my fingers (soldering gun). THANKS FOR THE POST!
Kurt Andrews: Oh and also I bought my ICs from B&D Enterprises. cost like $47 with
shipping. KIT10 is the package for: 51SWX20B DP27 57SWX20B DP27 65SWX20B
DP27 57TWX20B DP27D 65TWX20B DP27D. Hope this is helpful!
cesarcastrej0n: Good evening I have a tv of the same model with the same problem and I
wonder if convergence is absolutely necessary to change the 2 IC or only
can change the IC STK392-110 to fix the problem that the convergence Also
mention that I dont have the remote and let me know if you can do the self
test is done in the video manually controls directly into the TV. Thank you
very much for your time and sorry for the mistakes in the language but I'm
using the google translator.
jsav298: I Replaced mine today, TV is working as good as new now. Thanks for your
video Walter, your the bomb. Hardest part was removing spark plug looking
Do It And Die: Wow! Thank you so much! I'm about to go try this
Oscar Roman: what was the main problem with the tv...
Kiran Premchand: Thanks a lot for the videos! My TV just started showing signs of failure
yesterday. I watched both your videos and now I am confident I can do it
myself. Thanks again! Kiran