Question about Samsung 61" Slim-Depth DLP HDTV
Dlp chip replaced
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bob... This happened to me once and I was never able to get the picture realigned. As you probably know, the 4 screws on the chip holder that go through the springs are allignment screws. My problem was, I would turn the screws all the way to the limit and it still wasn't enough to bring the pic centered. Hopefully this isn't the case for you. Start by turning one of the screws several turns and see if that improved the centering or made it worse. You should be able to bring the pic back on center by adjusting those screws. If not, then you've got the board out of allignment. (Good luck on finding a fix when the boards out... I finally gave up on it)
Posted on Jan 14, 2015
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