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Picture displays green screen with random vertical lines except for PIP

The TV is displaying a static green screen with some random yellowish vertical lines, but when I use picture in picture the PIP image is perfect. All the TV menus look shape and the sound quality is fine. I don't believe this issue has anything to do with connectors or the lamp failing.

Has anyone else had this issue with this unit?

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  • ddr Scott Nov 11, 2008

    ima_rm2000, I actually managed to fix the problem on my own.
    I did a system reset and now the TV works fine.


    The system reset button was super tiny to the left of the power button.

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2.12.5 Convergence point adjustment
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(1) Select color to adjust.
“STATUS” - Green
“0” - Red
“ANT” - Blue
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