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Philips 24PW600 My 24" Phillips wide screen is starting to go out of focus in the corners when I'm on Cable the program information when I change page is barely readable. Is there an adjustment or is my Tube on its way out. Cheers

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I didn't understand that your assistance was NOT free. So, if I had to spend some money for it and get some good advices, I think it would be better for me to take my TV set "phisically" to a customer service in the area where I live...Anyway thank you, but at this point I prefer to do by myself...

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If this isn't due to a decaying capacitor, you may be able to correct the focus. PLEASE NOTE! Once the rear housing is removed, there are many points where dangerous voltages exist!  Please use caution and behave like there is a live rattlesnake hiding in the unit.
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