I've tried querying this problem before many months ago (not on here I don't think though), and thought I'd ask again just in case someone out there can help me, before I replace my TV I currently have a rear-projection Toshiba 42" TV, I can't remember the model # off the top of my head, not that it's too important anyway. I've had the TV for a few years now, but about a year after owning it it suddenly developed a fault which, at the time, I tried lots of things to figure out how to fix it with no luck at all. Basically, in some TV modes, there is a problem with the convergence in the upper-left part of the screen. The red and blue part of the picture split off at an angle, the red is the worst, probably a good 45 degrees or so, the the blue less so. It affects probably the top 2" of the screen, and is about 10" wide. The bizarre thing is that it only does it in certain TV modes: WIDE (PAL) - yes 4:3 (PAL) - yes Super Live (PAL) - no Cinema (PAL) - no Subtitle (PAL) - no ...any NTSC source, no matter what display mode, does NOT display this problem. I've never called an engineer to look at it as I don't fancy paying an extortionate call-out rate just to be told "I can't fix it"...but it's always annoyed me having to use workarounds to display a clear WS picture; or being force to use Super Live mode. Has anyone ever heard of anything like this before...or have any suggestions before I replace the TV and sell it at a massive loss?