Question about Mitsubishi VS-1280 TV
If you feel up to it, there is probably a potmeter inside that you could try to adjust. I tried this on a TV a long time ago. You should know, though, that there are thousands of volts in some capacitors in there (so I've been told) that might shock you if you're not careful. *Even if the TV has been unplugged!* The capacitors store power and are not automatically discharged when the TV is unplugged. It's the parts on the cathode ray tube that are (most) dangerous, so don't poke around with your fingers or a metal object. I would probably leave this one to a qualified technecian, though. If you do open it and fix it, make sure to get all the dust in there out while you're at it to prevent any fires later. Your TV will have collected a lot of dust.
Posted on Mar 09, 2007
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