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To converge or not converge, that is the question

Hello and thanks in advance to the ****tube guru's. I have a 9P6034-C103. The television was moved upstairs and replaced by a 62" Sammy DLP. I think the set is now jealous that it has taken a back seat. After the move the set cannot be adjusted to get the right Contrast (Picture)/brightness balance. The darks are way dark and the lights are way light. I tried fiddling with the convergence, truth is the colors are aligned with the crosshairs in both convergence screens. I'd dare say that the picture seems cloudy as in the presence of a haze. At some point during one the adjustment sessions, there have been many many of those, I recall the image further left than it belongs. It's either that or the colors are all congregating on the left edge of the screen. I'm trying to keep my spirits up, although I am very frustrated. I put the set in my bedroom in order to watch tv in bed and this problem occurs. What's even more frustrating is that the extended warranty has expired and the set was fine as long as it was covered. Again any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: To converge or not converge, that is the question

With the remote enter 06-25-97-Menu under there you can clear up the problem. How ever moving these can be tricky as they move with one another and trying to get them straight can be frustrating. There is a template you can order however I don't see one for a 62 inch.

Screen Templates:
50" ST4161
55" ST4162
60" ST4130-60
64" ST4160


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