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Tv color picture sharpness is messed up

My brother messed with my tvs color picture brightness, and what not in the menu and i need to get all the default color back my tv and model number is

tv--philips magnavox--
model number--TS2746 C101

if you need any more information on finding how to fix my tv just tell me and i will submit the info

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  • c_robinson66 Nov 12, 2008

    well not really i mean mainly the letters like if there is somthing to read its messed up but also it seems to bright the color is faded, letters are blurd,



    the things he messed with are the brightness, color, picture,sharpness,tint and i think with the right setting for each of those would be nice, i just dont have my manual anymore and i need the defaults to these settings

  • c_robinson66 Nov 14, 2008

    hello somebody help me please

  • ikabob123 Feb 17, 2009

    i have the same problem, the letters are messed up and the only way ive found to make it some what better is to turn the sharpness down but then everything else gets more blurry. 

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Is your Tv Blurd?

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English - 23
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