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Dark -- background seems to dark with night time shows

Is it the bulbs ? tried to adjust still to dark

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To check your lamp useage hours: 1. turn on TV by touching the POWER button on the TV, not on the remote
2. press and hold CHANNEL DOWN and MENU on the TV
3. using remote, select "SERVICE ALIGNMENT (or something)" from the menu. 4. press VOLUME UP to V90
5. press CHANNEL UP If you have around 1500-2000 hours, then you'll need a new lamp soon. Don't wait too long... It will get dimmer and dimmer at an ever-increasing rate.

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Your set contains three projection tubes (picture tubes) the typical life of these are about half that of a regular picture tube television, around 20,000 hours of operation.

As those tubes age the light emission from them slowly starts to decline. Other symptoms include colors being off slightly or a greenish screen. The symptom you are experiencing is called "contrast loss". That means the difference between bright and dark features in your picture tend to get closer together. This loss of resolution (also the picture might start to get fuzzier then it used to be) is a function of your projection unit wearing out. Since it costs nearly as much to replace a set of tubes (all three must be replaced at the same time) as to replace your set. I would suggest taking your time, read reviews and look for a new set.

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