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Dark Picture The picture on my TV is dark and adjusting the settings does not help. This problem started about a 4 months ago and progressively got worse to where you can't see the picture.

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This problem is due to 1 not proper voltage on crt terminals 2 check video output supply voltage 3 check luminance section of chroma ic 4 if tv is very very old than there is a possibility of crt getting weak

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The knobs you refer to, are those perhaps the knobs on the board or knobs on the flyback transformer? None of these knobs should be turned. They are preset to the factory standard and if a fault occurs the fault should be addressed, not adjustments to pots. I would suggest checking all the caps in the power supply, Line stage and video section. It may also be the video processor(in the area of the tuner section). Check for caps which are rounded at the top. This is common for dark picture. Please note: There is on average about 15000V running through a TV when switched on, please be careful and unplug when changing components or refer to a repair technician. Good Luck, Jus004

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i dont know this exact model, but i can advice you based on a slightly diffrent model. i hope the solution will be valid for your model as well: TV is digital controlled and have to be adjusted via service menu except the external focus and screen on back of (flyback) high voltage transformer. This is one you can try: Need plastic allen or plastic small flat blade screwdriver to fit these. Focus is top, bottom is the screen that set the overall brightness. Before adjusting, go in menu: press menu once, select picture quality, I think number 4, press 2 for "preset..", press 2 again to select normal. Back out by pressing zero repeatedly. It may ask you to save new settings, select yes. If screen is adjusted too bright, picture look lousy (washed out) the blacks will light up (becomes grey, or visible lines) this means you have actual fault that prevents you to get decent pix, that when it is time to take it in for repair.

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