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My rca 52'' flat screen projection hdtv looks like a 3d movie without the glasses what is wrong

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It sounds like your TV needs to be aligned. There should be a menu item in your setup menu called "Alignment". Once you choose this the system will either automatically align itself, or the screen will display a graphic that will allow you to align the guns manually. Normally you will move either up or down or side to side until 2 separate lines look like one.

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