Full screen has lighter colors on 8 inches on both sides.
8 to 9 inches of either side of screen has lighter colors than in the center of the screen. This is on both Digital or HD and on non-digital Bought the TV from Sears five years ago, just now got HD or Digital
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Steps to disassemble.1) Pull up on the loop in the center.2) Flip the Funsport upside down3) Pick a side and pull the corners up slightly while pushing the center down. Sides can only move up about an inch.4) Press the release catch in the center of the bar.5) Pull the center of the bar up while holding the release catch in. Sometimes you have to wiggle the catch in and out to get it to release.6) Repeat for each side.7) After each side is collapsed squeeze everything together.8) Place the cover on the floor black side down.9) Put the Funsport on the cover with the plastic corners flush with the edge of the cover. The wheels should be sticking out the bottom.10) Wrap the cover around the Funsport and secure the velcro straps.
the torque specs for your intake are the first pass to 44in/lb the second pass to 89in/lb. and the tightening sequence is as follows:
start on the passenger side (right side) the 3rd bolt (from front) is #1 then on the driver side (left side) 3rd bolt is #2 and 4th bolt is #3.Back to right side 2nd bolt is #4 and 4th bolt is #5. Left side 2nd bolt is #6 and 1st bolt is #7. Right side 5th bolt or rear most bolt is #8, left side rear bolt is #9. Then finish with right side 1st bolt is # 10.
Do that the first time at 44 in/lb then same thing over again at 89 in/lb
Put 3 balls on each side of the scale. If the scales balance then weigh the remaining 2 balls and this will show the lighter one. If on the first weigh (3 balls each side) the scales do not balance- then take the three ball from the lighter side and put two on the scales (one each side) and keep hold of the remaining one. If the scales balance then you are holding the lighter ball. If not the scales will show which is the lighter ball. You can use the same logic for up to 9 balls.
Read Each Step Completely - Make Sure 3 Color Guns Are Off And Cool - ---------------------------------------------- 1. Remove Rear Dust Cover
2. Remove the Front Speaker Cover May be Held In By Plastic Pins and or Anchors on the Bottom Note" - Remove The Plastic Cover Just Above Speaker Cover Maybe 2 Piece.
Remove The Screws Holding Top Of Speaker Cover. Then Pull Toward You the Bottom Maybe Anchored So Lift Up.
4.Once Speaker Cover Removed, May Have Screws Just Below Center Plastic Cover Remove Them, Now Remove Center Cover Between Speakers -NOTE" Do Not Touch, Move Any Color Convergence KNOBS" - Lift Front Screen UP - Towards Roof - It Has 3 Flex Grab Anchors On Top And 2 Pins One On Each Side Of TV Frame. - NOTE" Lay Screen On Floor It Is Plexi Glass So It Will Brake If Bent Or Drop Hammer On.
NOTE"- May Have To Remove plastic Cover Frame positioned Around Front Screen And Then Remove Screws.
5. I Use Windex Glass Cleaner And Either Cotton Balls Or White Tube Sock On Color Gun Lens Covers And Clean Mirror Like The One In Bath Room.
6. Take White Sheet Or Bead Spread And Anchor On top Of TV With Weights, Stretch Around Each Side Of TV Use Chairs To Anchor On Each Side Of TV. Place Dust Cover Or Heavy Card Board Where Plexi Glass Was Positioned.
7. Turn On TV - go To Rear and Now You Can Adjust Colors Brightness And Low Light - High Light - Horizontal - Ect....While Looking at Picture.
8. Install In REVERSE - Order Just Wipe Color Guns Lens Last. Note" - If you have Wet/Dry Vac or Fan Or Blow Dryer Take A 2 - to - 3 Inch Paint Brush And While Brushing Circuit Boards Any Dust For That Matter Blow Dust Off And Out Even Brush Speaker Cover"...ECT...Do This Before Any Cleaning
9. Just A Thought If You Ever Want to Change Color Gun Cooling Oil - Wrap All Circuit Boards With plastic Bags And then I use Bath Towol And Paper Towols To Catch As Much Spill As I Can And Then Spray With Windex To Make Dry While Blowing Air Onto Spill - Also I have Found Clear Mineral Oil Like Johnson Baby Oil To Work As Well If Not Better Then Glycol Oil. I Get For $2.50 For 20 Oz Bottle.
sounds like the alignment in the color guns is off. this takes a professional to repair and usually isn't too terribly costly if it's just a realignment. check your local directory for large tv repair.
NOTE:(Edited and copied from another thread on Fixya.com, c7carl)
Picture is not centered on monitor leaving a 2 1/2 inch; black border on Philips LCD By dmorrow54 on Nov 13, 2007 Again, nothing in manual for Philips LCD will correct the fact that the picture in HD-D mode will not center. The picture runs off the monitor on the left (facing the monitor) with a 2 1/2" black border on the right (facing the monitor). Using the format button on the remote of directional arrows will not correct the issue. The wide-screen/ full-screen function with format does nothing. Moving into TV mode, the format function works to display screen in several ways 4:3, 19:2, super-zoom, wide-screen, full-screen. Help, please. posted 3 years ago
I have a Philips 30 inch LCD and solved the problem by using the circular arrow button on the TV remote. Pointing it at the TV and clicking "right" (3 o'clock on the button), the picture moved right. Same thing on for "left". Worked for me. Add a comment
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WOW! It works!! The picture on my Magnavox (aka Philips) 37MF321D had shifted to the right. I figured I had a big repair bill coming up soon. But hey! Just used the TV remote as described by "Guest', and re-centered the picture to the left. Wallah! Thanks ""Guest" whomever you are! Reply