Originally Posted by prismagla
please it looks at the photos and edges what is happening
IMAG0089.jpg below appear a few lines plucked out of range and it happens with 3 colors, the line does not occupy all the breadth
The set's internally gen'd grid can be used for lots of the geometry, but has nothing at the top and has scattered extra parts at the bottom. It leaves a lot to be desired.
Best way is to use it as much as you can - like getting the top and bottom box heights the same as the middles - and then go to an externally sent in grid, punching the Yellow button on the remote once inside the conv sm, to show the external info rather than the internal grid.
But yours needs a lot more work than that.
All the boxes need to be the same size, and this is a mammoth task, esp. when you have gotten them all out of whack so far, as is shown here. I don't see any problem with your ICs, don't think they are bad.
But your geometry is really hosed, and needs a very high level of intuitive/professional grade attention, to get right now. Those points all interact with each other, and have some very esoteric ways of being, that you can only begin to decipher after doing this job dozens of times, like I have. It is NOT for the faint of heart! If you had written down all your point values before you started, at least you could get back to where you started. Now it's anybody's guess. You can't just zero out point values on Pioneers and start over like you can on Mits's, doesn't work that way with Pioneer. You might find their reset in there, but I have never tried it and don't know if it would improve things or not. Might make them considerably worse.
I am available for phone consultation if you want to go that route. To tell you the truth, very few people on the continent would be capable of pulling this one off, and if you have no experience before now, you're not one of them. I and a few other old-time calibrators who cut their teeth on CRT tech will be able to pull this off, that's about it. Fly me in if you want to be sure to get it right.
Let me know how you'd like to proceed -