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Reflection and glare on a 55'' Mitsubshi projection TV

Several weeks ago, I posted a question regarding a reflection and glare problem on my Mitsubshi 55'' projection TV which made it nearly impossible to watch the TV during the day time and difficult to watch during the evening if a lamp was on. Your suggestion was to purchase a Mitsubishi anti glare screen, which we did for about $285. It didn't work. The reflection was just as bad as the original screen. In fact, the best situation was to remove the anti-glare screens entirely! I know that is not a solution since it provides protection to the TV when small children and house cleaners are around. Do you have any other suggestions?
FYI, after a number of phone calls, Mitsubsi agreed to waive the ''restocking fee'' and pay for the return shipping charge, mainly because the sent the wrong size screen. If they hadn't, I would have been out about $80.
Irene Miller

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  • kleesdad May 11, 2010

    no way to stop it unless your room is completely dark or no light is shining on the screen. its like a plasma tv and it will shine no matter what

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I have the same problem with my Mitsubishi and the only solution I have come up with is slightly moving the TV's angle so the reflection is not as bad and closing drapes or curtains. Also turn off lamps. This is a poor design but Mitsubishi is not the only TV that has this type of problem. It is something I have become accustomed to and do not notice it as bad since I have moved the TV angle.

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