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Help with my double vision

My projection television seems to have a "double vision" in the picture. I have cleaned the lense covers, but what more do I need to look into? The picture seems to overlap making it very difficult to read words on the screen. Help....Thanks,

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Re: Help with my double vision

What model is your tv? Panasonics have a 'self-alignment' system in the menu, or a manual alignment that the menu will actually walk you through. Other System's will be able to do that also, such as Hitachi.

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