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  • dubb420 Oct 25, 2008

    my tv screen apears to be in 3D and I can't seem to change it

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Your 'guns' are out of alignment.There should be a menu that takes you to a program that shows a single DOT in the center of the screen or multi DOTS on the screen that you should see yellow, green,blue off the side of each other. You must bring the three (3) color splashes into the center to make the DOT white. your 3D will go away.
If you can't do that, get a tech to help.
If you can send me a copy of your manual, to [dmsr3@juno.com] I'll try to guide you or you can contact one of these fine techs on fixYa.com

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