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Pictures appears sharp, any writing such as captions, especially white are most unsharp. How do you focus a tv

Whilst the picture on my Sony 32 inch KD 32DX4OU looks sharp, any writing such as titles and information that shows on the screen is most unsharp. Can this aspect be brought into focus, and how? Many thanks. Derek Hope

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No It cannot the settings are what they are.However Some Tv's have a little set of holes in the back of the set one saying HUE,FOCUS, and other different adjustments I do not DO NOT recommend Touching them without knowing what the Consquences might be.

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