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Blurry picture Our Sony 51' television has a blurry picture. Is there a way to focus the projectors or would perhaps cleaning the lens help. I have not opened the rear of the set to see how it works.

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1)Remove rear cover = clean RGB lens with soft cloth
2)Remove front speaker grill cover and access panel
Locate screen / focus block = adjust RGB focus controls
3)Last,if needed, unlock each focus lens cap = adjust then lock
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