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Just bought the TV yesterday. In the bright room, with sun shinning, i can not see the picture. Is there a setting that needs to be switced?

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You didn't mention the make or model of your TV but most of the latest do have an ECO setting or similar idea in the set up or picture menu, this means the screen will automatically adjust the picture brightness if the room starts to get too bright, as in the sun shining or if the room gets too dark. Take a look in your instruction book for this type of setting, remember not all models have this & yours may be one of them.

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In the video setting go down to reset. You will only need minor adjustment after a reset.
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Common Problem #2) CRT Fluid is Cloudy

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