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Re: Shadowing in picture
Try replacing the RF cable going from the cable box to the TV and/or AV cables. I've found that the RF cable from the cable outlet in my place to my TV caused shadowing. If that doesn't work it could be something in the cable outlet itself. I am assuming you aren't using a TV antenna.
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You have a failing optical block. Sony is covering some of their rear projections LCD TV's for such a symptom like this. What is the complete model number and I can check to see if yours is one. The model will be like KDF50....
the most common problem when the tv felt is the shadows all over the screen (maybe the tv didnt show it imm but looks like now is there the problem)
second:there is a circuit in the tv that works when the tv turns on every day. prevents the tv showing shadows on the screen.
the answer is this: if that system that prevents shadowing is working then the CRT is broken and say bye to the TV. But if the expert tech can make sure the D' gauss system is not working and can repair it then you get tv back.
If it is a "minor" convergence problem you can adjust it by going to the menu and scrolling to convergence and follow prompts A cross will appear when you have reached the correct place and you do the minor adjustments as it says. If picture is bowed you have major convergence problems.
The answer to this depends on the model. My service literature does not reveal the answer, so you will have to call Philips. Try unplugging the TV for a few minutes first. Even if the remote is programmed properly, the lock will still keep it from turning on.