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the screen bias needs to be turned down-ehind the front cover which is behind the grille there is a small black square about 3 inch square 6 little knobs sticking out 3 say in small letters screen and 3 say focus, don't adjust the focus just the screen for the coresponding color that shows up when picture is dark.best way to do this is darken the room and put it on video input with no signal if lines are white slowly
adjust 1 color after the other counterclockwise untill
lines disappear if only 1 color shows then only adjust the knob with the matching color. this is a very fine adjustment, to much will make your auto focus stop working. check it after you are done
Try opening up the front cover under the speaker outer cover, most speaker fronts should just pull off if you don't see any screws holding it secure near the side close to the front cover. Then there is about 4 or 5 screws that hold the front inner cover on. You are looking for a small black box with 6 adjusting screws . Three of these are for adjusting the focus and three are for adjusting the amount of current going to the CRT's. The markings are very small but you can try turning the Blue screw down and that will decrease the blue ( marked with a B). But if this just makes the other colors seem more powerful you may have a bad blue CRT. There is adjustments for three color CRT's ,Blue , Green and Red, try playing with the Blue and try to get it the way you think it should look but if the Blue just does not want to work right the Blue crt is probably gone.
IS the screen white retrace lines ? Have you looked into the CRT lenses while they are on with a signal applied through the input to see if an image is displayed in the lens lens of the crt? Let me know what the answer is to these two questions and we will go to the next level.
·http://esupport.sony.com/perl/news-item.pl?news_id=24 ·Which models are affected with the "flicker" problem?
A1: There are 12 models in total: KDP57XBR2, KDP65XBR2, KP46WT500, KP51HW40, KP51WS500, KP57HW40, KP57WS500, KP57WV600, KP57WV700, KP65WS500, KP65WV600 and KP65WV700.
I have had a similar issue with a Sony 52" circa 2001 tv. It was bad and then got better. The only problem now is that when I plug anything into the component 1-5 (but not 4) the screen is fuzzy. The DVD is plugged into 4 and it works fine. I tried plugging something else into that and it showed up in black and white. Very frustrating. Fancy TV if you only watch cable or a DVD. All other modes show up fuzzy. Sony recommended a tv repair place in St. Paul but they want around $400 just to look at it.