Question about Televison & Video
I have a Phillips Magnavox big screen model # 9P6444 C103 and the picture is very dark and is best watched with the room lights off. What needs to be replaced or fixed? Any estimate on possible parts to fix it? It was given to me because someone didn't think it was worth fixing but it appears to be in excellent condition - it is only 8 yrs old. Please help. I will take the time to rate your help and input. Thanks.
On projections, there isn't much you can do as they age accept replace the CRTs. In that case you might as well buy a new one. One thing you can do is open the front speaker grill to where you can see inside the set. Depending on the brand, find the "Screen" controls, one for each tube. Some sets have all 3 on the "focus/screen" block (small black box mounted in front) and some have the knob on each individual CRT board (mounted to the bottom of the CRT). What this does is increases the current to each tube, thus making that colr brighter. Do each equally as to keep the color balanced. Only do this if you feel comfortable with working on electronics.
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