Question about Mitsubishi WS-65857 65" Rear Projection Television
Hi! I've a Mitsubishi WS 65857, my kid use the tv to play game and set the screen on 4:3, now we try to use 16:9 to watch tv and the 4:3 screen size are darker than left and right edge of 16:9, it mean a few inches from the left and right border are brighter than the center of tv. Is there a way to fix it or we have to replace the projection tubes? Thanks!
Mitsubishi's have been known to "burn in" when you have a stationary image on the screen for too long. Usually its not a problem but in some cases I've seen..if its hours and hours of game play..or even places like home shopping network that have phone numbers that never move during the broadcast...it can cause the image to burn the screen.
The projection tubes would not be burned...it would be the mirror viewing screen.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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