Question about Televison & Video
Assuming that your TV is a rear-projection TV, then it sounds like the separate red, green & blue tubes aren't set correctly.
Each tube needs to be alligned exactly to produce the image on the screen. If any of the 3 are mis-alligned then the effect you describe is caused.
Somewhere in the menu settings, will be an option to set the Convergence. This option will allow you to set the allignment of all three tubes.
Older sets do not have this option, and need to be adjusted via controls on the main PCB.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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