Question about RCA P52929 52" Rear Projection Television
Okay first it is a ghost problem and if ur tv is a projection tv then take off the speaker panel located on the front of ur tv. U should see the speakers as well as ur 3projection bulbs well the bottom of them on the projection bulbs there are 2 grey rings on each of them take the grey rings and turn them til that color np longer shows up on ur tv screen as a ghost. U will do this for all the projection bulbs (red green and yellow) thats all u have to do to get the ghosting to go away it also helps to have the bulbs cleaned that will also brighten ur picture as well as keeping u from having to adjust the alighment rings hope thia helps
Posted on Mar 25, 2013
Possible problems: 1. Ghosting is caused by an ingress of off-air signals into the TV through the cable system, or the TV's antenna 2. An F-connector may be loose 3. The cable plant may have a "leak" in the area Solutions: 1. Check and hand tighten the cable fittings to the TV set and VCR. 2. Remove the antenna from the VHF terminals when cable is used. 3. A converter or A/B switch may be needed to correct the problem (A/B switch enables you to bypass the set-top cable box or descrambling cable box and tune all unscrambled channels directly with your TV, antenna, or VCR). good luck!
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