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Main color is it true you can blow out the color converters by adjusting it to much ...on the matrix

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The Matrix?? Color converters. Ok Lets assume you mean the screen controls that adjust each color of the Picture tubes?? No you can not. Oh maybe your taking about the convergence? Its only necassary to adjust the lines on the GRID or CROSSHATCH if they are drifting and out of alighnment. You certainly can, if your tweeking the controls all the time, wear them out but that would take alot of tweeking. If your set needs tweeking all the time then there is a problem in the convergence and should be addressed asap or the problem will get worse. ou should never go into a set as theres high voltage even when the set is unplugged for a while and will hurt you bad. Always seek a pro in case you need any internal alighments or tweeking. Good Luck

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How to adjust the color on my 60 inch philips tv

color is adjusted in the main menu; do you have some issue or problem with the set?

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Convergence problem

Are you trying to adjust it in the customer menu?

There is a hidden tech menu where you adjust and SAVE THE ADJUSTMENTS.

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If it does not save you have a problem with either the convergence output chips or the part of the set that stores the adjusments.

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I have a philips HD rear projection TV 60 in. inside there are six adjustment knobs. Three are color the other three are for brightness contrast and hue. Which is which Left to right

If yours is a rear projection TV the adjustment knobs on the focus block inside are screen (red, green, blue) and focus (red, green, blue). The ones you are referring to as color are the screen controls and they adjust the intensity of the color from each tube. The other set adjust the focus of each color. They are also not intended to be adjusted by the user. Unless major components have been changed these controls should not need adjustment. That is why they are inside the TV.

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What you may have needed to do was adjust the green & blue crt screens to match the red. Go into your picture menu adjust, turn color all the way down to a black & white px. Now adjust each crt screen so that you end up with a true black & white px. Then adjust each focus control to get a sharp px, have your tv on a channel like the home shopping network so you can adjust each crt focus one at a time for clarity by cover the other 2 up. Then go back into picure adjust & turn color ahlf way up, you should see a better px.

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Main screen color seems overmodulating. PIP subfeed color fine. White like under black light.

rule number one about all vs chassis with vertical can pip boards take them out and throw them away i could fix one but you couldnt beleive me and it wouldnt be worth your while do a search on your modle number until you come up with instructions on how to add two caps to the pip board connector to bypass it until you do this you are wasting your time Mitsubishi ... we're still building Zeros

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Main factory color settings

You haven't supplied enough information to adequately address your problem. Color drives are not adjustable by the consumer and it would be risky for an inexperienced individual to attempt it. I may be able to provide more advice if you can supply a better description of your problem.

May 28, 2006 | Hitachi 60EX01B 60" Rear Projection...

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When you say Main color setting, Do you mean your trying to make the colors look better as there are no main color settings but there are main screen controls and this would give the set its B & W settings so then the colors look better. And theres main focus control that would sharpen up the picture. Ok first thing your gonna need to do is Get a service manual so we can find where all the adjustments are. You should ba able to find a service manual if you look in your user manual for a service station for hitachi. Now if your a tech or experienced with tv repair we can go over this but I need to know exactly you are trying to do first Thanks

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