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Picture Quality I have tried to adjust the picture with color, hue, sharpness, etc. What should i have the settings on to get the best picture out of my 57" rear projection tv

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Clean the lenses and mirror. - Carefully with no liquid, just a micro-fiber cloth. They can be accessed by removing the front screen.
There are items in the service menu that can tweak color drive and grey scale, but you can really mess up a TV if you do not know exactly what you are doing. You can also do a comprehensive convergence in the service menu.

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