Re: Removing the protective screen on our Pioneer...
Pop the bottom front cover off (that is over the speakers) first. This will expose 2 brackets that hold the moulding around the screen in place. Un-screw the brackets enough so you can get the moulding off and take it off. Once the moulding off you will see the brackets that hold the actual screen in place. Loosen these brackets and VERY carefully remove the screen (it will wobble and bend so I would recommend 2 people do this). Lay the screen down on a soft surface that will not scratch it. Clean and re-install screen, tighten brackets, re-install moulding, tighten brackets and pop the speaker cover back on.
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may need to tell the laptop in the screen resolution settings to display the image on the tv instead of the laptop. Right click on the empty desktop of the laptop and go to either propertie or screen resolution and then make sure that the computer can see that the tv is hooked up and that the image is showing on the tv instead of the laptop. You may also need to change the mode on the tv to vga.
now in the front of your tv you will see a weird piece of wood that looks like it doesent belong now its a piece of wood in the front of your tv sicured by a few screws and 2 dowels and inside you will see 2 circut bourds infront of you and a few more behind them , you will also see some connections to the botom of the projectors themselves , now you need to look to your left side and on your left you will see a little black or white casing with what looks to be 6 screws on it , but there not screws there the adjustments for your tv now just fiddle with those 6 screws til you can find your favorite color or setting and close it back up and ENJOY!!!!
There is a width problem. There could be a control inside to control this but the TV should not change so drastically. There is most likely a problem in the width circuit.. This is a high voltage circuit, and is very dangerous to tinker or experiment around inside of. Your best bet would be to call an Authorized Pioneer repair shop and have them have a look at the set. Good Luck
the clicking noise is probably just the relay. I gyess it makes the same noise if ou turn it off manually with the remote?
Does your TV have a sleep timer function? Check to see if this is enabled. You might also check the batteries. If they are old, or the battery compartment is dirty (leaking barteries etc) you might get strange behaviour. My remote lives a life of it's own, changes channels etc if the batteries are weak.