Question about RCA Scenium D40W20 40" Rear Projection HDTV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: picture doesn't fit screen
Go into the menu and select picture settings and then advanced picture settings. I'm not sure on that model that you can manually change the aspect ratio from zoom to 16:9 or 4:3 ect... But select Auto Format and the TV will pre-select the correct format for viewing..... Any questions just let me know. Bill
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
my tv repair man said use a blackboard eraser and rub it on screen vertically - that is up & down only. He said to use no chemicals or cleaners, or you'll ruin it. He had a customer that had a child draw on it with crayons-he told her to leave it there because it's better than destroying the screen.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Do you have the convergence option in the customer setup menu? IF YOU DO NOT consult the tips and tricks section of this website for the article ' "The fl231 fuse problem" If you do then it will need some more trouble shooting
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: shadow on upper left corner
A little late and you've probably already solved it or are just living with it or are disgusted with it and have discarded the tv. But, in any event - here we go. The "light tunnel" bends the light toward your screen. At the beginning of that tunnel there is a plastic lens. The lens is secured with four little feet that a part of the lense. The lens is flat on the side closest to the screen. It fits on the end of the light tunnel closest to the light. The lens probably has a burnt spot. Probably the burn is caused by excess heat which is either a result of a fan failure or a one-time situation where the power went off while everything was hot and there was no cool down cycle. Another item to look at is in the light path before that lens. There is a small "window". It's actually a very thin piece of glass (about 1"X1") held in place by a horseshoe shaped clip and one screw. I think that glass has the purpose of keeping heat away from that plastic lens. If that glass is broken I think you'll have a heat "leak" and the plastic lens will continue to get worse.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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