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Darks too dark

Any shaded or dark scenes are so dark you can't make out what's on the screen. The contrast is adjusted up to 100% and the brightness is up to 100% as well. If the automatic picture preference settings are selected (e.g. Sports/Standard/Movie) instead of memory the picture goes even darker. Bright scenes are fine.

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Try to open your tv and you can find the flyback ,in flyback you can see the screen and focus to adjust.use and try to rotate the screen,it control the brightness of your unit

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