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Samsung self focus

The self focus on our tv is not working so leaving the picture fuzzy

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    I have shadowing of colors. I need to sharpen pics.

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BY FUZZY IF YOU MEAN STILL HAS COLORS OUT OF ALIGNMENT THEN THE STKS NEED TO BE REPLACED ALONG WITH ONE OR MORE RESISTORS.

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Fuzzy is a funny word. I never use it to describe a picture problem. That because fuzzy can go too many different ways. There is snowy fuzzy, blurry fuzzy, grainy fuzzy, and demodulated fuzzy. If the set goes out of focus intermittently that has something to do with the focus ciruitry. If it goes grainy that is a front end problem, usually tuner related. The other types of fuzzy are generally associated with problems in video processing some where. So, which is it?

Oh, and BTW that unit has three small picture tubes in it, one red, one blue, and one green. It doesn't have a 'bulb'.

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Inside the set you should see a large part with a red wire coming out the top. That is the flyback transformer. There will be 1 or 2 controls on the back of it. One should be labeled screen and one focus. Carefully adjust the focus one until the picture is again in focus. Please note that in that area are high voltages (33,000V) that can be dangerous. Be careful where you touch. IT is best to have a mirror so you can see the picture while adjusting the focus control.

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If you know where the fly back is, ok open the casing and see at the back of the fly back, there are two knobs, one for the focus and the other is for the brightness. Try twist both and see which one is for the focus. Ok, from the focus knob try adjusting until the fuzzy sight disappears. Try this, I usually do it to screens with blurry appearances.

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I had the same problem with mine until I figured out it was from the auto self focus. Normally it should be done with a picture that remains constant or close to it, or else the focus gets screwed up. Go to menu and setup, then turn the self focus off. If you look on the remote and slide the lower portion down you will see a self focus button. My suggestion is to put a DVD in and hit the pause button and then press the self focus button and wait until its finished.

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Samsung rear projection tv has multiple images with differnet colors


The auto self focus screws up if the picture does not remain constant or close to it while focusing. It is designed to self focus every fifteen minutes. Go to menu and then setup and turn the auto focus feature off. I have had mine off for the past year and have had no problems. If you slide the bottom portion of the remote down you will see a self focus button. My suggestion is to put a DVD in and hit the pause button during a scene and then hit the self focus button. It should align back up and may take a couple of tries. (If you have an aftermarket remote, just enter the menu and then setup and you can activate the self focus feature, just don't turn it to auto focus!)

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