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RCA F25432 Convergence

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], Jul 15, 2006.

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  1. Guest

    Looking for some info on setting the convergence on this beast. Any
    assistance would be very much appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Kemikal
     
  2. Tech Data

    Tech Data Guest

    There is no convergence setting on that beast! RCA uses a magnet strip
    at the factory, no tabs to turn. Being a 25" it may not have a bonded
    yoke and if not, that would be your only hope. If it's shifted over
    time you might be able to loosen it and move it forward or backwards
    some to correct the problem. Keep in mind there's around 1000 volts of
    low amperage AC applied to the coil on that so, careful where you put
    your hands. If the yokes bad, there is no part number for it so, you
    can't replace it.

    www.techdata-kicksass.net
     
  3. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    Many of the RCA sets used a bonded yoke to the CRT. The convergence was
    factory set with a tape-magnet on the back of the neck. Once the purity
    and convergence was factory set, it is no longer adjustable. There are
    some ways to sort of offset it with some strip magnets, but this is a
    lot of work, and would require the skills of someone who is very
    experienced.

    As the CRT and the scan circuits age, the convergence may change a
    little. The errors would be more noticeable in the corners. It is not
    worth to invest time and money in to one of these older sets.

    --

    Jerry G.


    Looking for some info on setting the convergence on this beast. Any
    assistance would be very much appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Kemikal
     
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