Question about Televison & Video
I take it this is a projection TV. so they use three lensed CRTs red green and blue. you should have a setup screen that projects a grid pattern. red green and blue. there is SOMEWHERE a adjustment that overlaps the three projected grid patterns. Making a WHITE single grid pattern. red green and blue make white light. Pin cushioning is the bowing. you may find a POT to adjust on the back of the set. I have no idea what set you have.
Lastly.. Pin cushioning can also be caused by faulty flyback transformers.
Hope I could help.. new here LOL
Happy Fixing =)
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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