Question about Samsung TXJ2554 TV
As the CRT (picture tube) weakens the electron beam will loose some of its intensity. This will cause the beam to become a little wider, and thus the scanned picture will look softer or out of focus. Most of the time, the corners, top, and bottom tend to start getting worse than the center.
Sometimes the focus bias can be cheated a little. Some models of TV sets have a focus pot on the CRT circuit board, or on the high voltage multiplier. This control works in a high voltage area. I suggest you get experienced assistance for this. If you take the TV set over to a local TV shop or find an experienced tech, he could try to adjust the focus for you.
Considering the age and type of set you have, you would be better off getting a new up to date TV set.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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